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Notice of Siale of Ril Estate at
In the district court of the Second
Judicial. district of the state of
Montana, in and for the county. of
Sillver Bow. ,
In the matter of the, estate of Mich
ael McGuire, deceased.'
Under authority of ain order of
sale granted by the, above entitled
court in the above entitldd istate, .on
the 24th day of April, -1919, the un
dersigned will sell at private sale all
the right, title and .interest of the
said Michael McGuire, deceased, at
the time of his' death, and all the
right; title and interest that' said
e'state has by operation of. law or
otherwise, acquired, other than and
in addition to, that of said Michael
McGuire, deceased, in and to the fol
lowing described real estate situated
in 1lver Bow county, Montana, to
Lots numbered twenty-six (26),
twenty-seven (27), twenty-eight
(28) and twenty-nine (29), in blgek
thirty-nine (39), of the' Daly addi
tion to the city of Butte, according
to the official plat and survey there
of on file in the office of the clerk
and recorder of Silver Bow county,
Montana. Which said property
stands on the.,reeprds of Silver Bow
county, Montana, in the natne of
Mike McGuire, whose full name was
and is, Michael McGuire, the above
That said sale will .be oni or after
the 14th day of May, 1919, at 2
o'clock p. m.. of said day. Any offers
or bids for said property must be iln
writing and will be received at the
office of Canning & Geagan, room
558, Phoenix building, West Park
street, Butte, Mont. Terms of sale
are cash oujonfirmation of sale by
the above entitled court.
Dated this 29th day of April, 1919.
'JAMES F. O'BRIEN,
Administrator of the estate of
Michael McGuire, deceased.
(Last publication May .13, 1Q19.)
NOTICE TO i REDITOIRS.
Estate of Donald Moore, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned executor of the last will of
Donald Moore, deceased, to the credi
tors of and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit
them, with the necessary vouchers,
within four months after the first
publication of this notice, to the said
executor at the office of Maury &
Melzner, 43 Hirbour building, Butte,
Mont., the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of
said estate, in the county of Silver
1Bow, State of Montanra.
JAMES A. CUMMINGS.
Executor of the last will and tes
tament of Donald Mopre, de
Dated Butte, Mont., this 22nd day
of April, 1919.
In the District Court of the Secondt
Judicial District of the State of
Montana, in and for the County
of Silver Bow.
MARGARET CANTY, Plaintiff,
ANTHONY CANTY, Defendant.
The State of Montana sends greet
ing to the above named. defendant:
You are hereby summoned to all
swer the complaint in this action
which is filed in the office of the
Clerk of this Court, a copy of which
is herewith served upon you, and to
file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attorney
within twenty days after the service
of this summons, exclusive of the
day of service; and in case of your
failure to appear or answer, judg
ment will be taken against you by
default, for the relief demanded in
Plaintiff complains and alleges:
1. That on or about the 8th day
of April, '1918, plaintiff and defend
ant intermarried at Butte, Montana,
and ever since have been, and now
are, husband and wife.
2. That plaintiff is now, and for
more than one year immediately
next prior to the date of commence
ment of this action, to-wit, April
30th, 1919, has been a resident of
the State of Montana.
3. That there is no issue of said
4. That the maiden name of the
plaintiff is Margaret Hanley.
5. That for more than one year
immediately prior to the date of
commencement 9f this action, the
said defendant has wilfully neg
lected to provide this plaintiff with
the common necessaries of life, he
having the ability to do so, and that
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By VLAD IR O.LINAW
PRIOCE 10 oNTS
,wl" . 'FCE
"WHATR 1S A PEACE
Iftr ALLs 5ENLTS
ON SALE AT THE BULEN OFFtC
QINQ OCTF I. V Z.QOZ¶8 - It is very evident that what Mother says is true'
hla~5T TANIL FOR SAYIrI
- jMNSAT t H TO SO N1S VAN LOON
(15 tvfr ? y ALtYN
D5Y Vtly *~, CLEVrFR · Ac -rVE LLARN tINC- +E DOFSS C.T AWAN
WOK MIS 4G ' DRAIN 4r HE Pt'ES UP WI17H TNI1NGS VOU
y TH-4INGS SO JVUL-DN'tf EXPECT HI WCOULD:
~as Ly'IM 50
1 I rII
,, ga,; º lil n'i"ý i//ý/rý W O
by re1or1 of the said failure on the I
part 'bf the 'defbndaest, this plaintiff
hill beet ediopellld to, and did, dur
irln ald time and for a long time
prior thereto sustain and support
herself by her owni efforts.
Wherefore, plaintiff prays:
That the rparriage existing be
tween plaintiff and defendant be dis- ]
solaed and that, she, be. ganted a
detree of divorce of and from the
'T hat she bie permitted to resume
her maiden name.
For such other and further. felief
as mnay seenm Just in tlte premises.
Witness my hand and' the seal of
said court this 30th day of April, I
A. D. 1919.
By H. A. McINTYRE,
Maury and Melzner, attorneys for
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Office of the Montana Silver-COpper
Mining Company, Wallace, Ida.
April 1, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors of
the Montana Silver-Copper Mining,
company, held on the let day of
April, 1919, an assessment of two (2)
mills per share was levied on the out
standing capital stock of the corpora
tion, payable on or before the 3rd
day of May, 1919, to E. R. Turk, 517
Bapk street, Wallace, Ida.
Any stodlk upon whiiClh tliis assess
ment remains unpaid oi the 3id' day
of 1May, 1910, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and urtless payment is'made before,
will be sold on the 7th day of June;,
1919, at 7:30 p. m. Of said'day at
.the office of the company, $17 Rankl
street, Wallace, Ida., to pay the delil"
qtent assessment thereon, togethlr
with the cost of advertising and ex
penses of stale. '
S E. R. TURK,
Secreta.ir Treasui'er Montana.. Silver
Cop.er Mining Company, 517 Bank
street, WJllace, Ida . .
01 ie' to Show .UCOs Why Order of
Sale of heal Estate' Sliotlld Not
In thC district court of the Second
Judicial district of the State of
In the matter of the estate "of Mar
garet F; Schaefer, deceased.
M. C. 'Erkei, the atltiiuiktratrix 'of
the estate of Margaret F. Schefer;,
deceased, having' filed her petitiori
herein, praying for an' brder of sale
of the real estate of the 'said deced
ent for the purpOses thebrein set forth.'
It is therefore ordered by the
judge of said court, that all persons
interested in the'estate of said de
ceased, appear before' the "said dis;
trict court on Saturday, the 17th day
of" May, 1919, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, at the court
rooni of. departmient three of said dis
trict court at the cditrthouse in the
county of Silver Bow, to show' cause
why an order should not be granted
to the said aidmtinistratrix to sell so
much of the real estate of the said
deceased as shall be necessary.
And that a copy of this order be
published at least fdur successive
weeks in the BtIltte Daily Bulletin, a
newspaper printed and published il
said Silver Bow county, state of Mon
JEREMIAH J. LYNCH, Judge,
Dated April' 15, 1919.
Attest: A true copy.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
By H. A. McIntyre, Deputy Clerk.
AFEfi BRIEF ILLNESS
Mrs. Rose McHatton, Well
Known War and Charity
Worker, Succumbs. Wife
of Former Judge.
Following a brief illness, Mrs.
Rd.e McHatton, wife of former Dis
trict Judge John J. McHatton, died
yesterday afternoon at her home, 315
West Broadway. Mrs. McHatton had
always been considered unusually
healthy until her sudden attack of
illness characterized by weak heart
action last Sunday.
Mrs. McHatton was a native of
Montana and had resided in Butte
since .early girlhood. She was par
ticularly active in various charities
and war works and was one of the
most devoted workers in previous
war loan campaigns. In addition to
her husband, she is survived by her
son, John AM. McHatton, now in Eng
land with the American expedition
ary forces; two sisters, Mrs. Jose
phine Booth and Mrs. Francis Steven
son; one brother, H. E. Morier; two
nieces, Miss Helena Booth and Miss
Ethel Stevenson, and two nephews,
Robinson Booth and Eugene Morier,
all of Butte.
Arrangements for the funeral are
not yet completed. The request has
been made that no flowers be sent.
BACK FROM WAR ZONE
Sulrviving an attack by Hun sub
marines in addition to the dangers
of 17 months' active service on the
French frobnt, Lieut. David G. Hudt
1qff of the engineering corps of the
am!ny is back in Butte, The lieuten
ant returined last n1ght. He was on
board the ill-fated transport Tus
cania when that ship was sunk of:
the coast of Ireland by a Hun sub
SOLDIER GUARD LEFT '
FOR VANCOUVER d
For the first time in several years
Butte is without a military guard'.
Captain Wilson's company of the r
Forty-fourth infantry left quietly 1
Monday 'iight fqr Vancouver Bar
racks, Washington. The detachment
comprised 43 men, in addition to of
(Continued From Page One.)
festation on the first of May. Union
meetings will be held in every qiar
ter of Paris and the Seine depart
ment, at which a resolution will be
submitted presenting the principal
claims of the federatioli's program
-an eight-hour day, full amnesty
for all political crimes, noninterven
tion in Rusdia, abolition of the cen
sorship and the state of siege and
the return to constitutional guar
antees and liberties.
The resolution will specify that
organized cessation of work will not
exceed May 1, the workers hoping
that the extent of the manifestation
will convince the government and
the employers that if the claims are
not satisfied the unions will be able
to institute an immediate strike.
The committee of the federation
not having had time to organize prop
aganda throughout France, counts
on the cessation of work in Paris
and the Seine department only. Com
plete cessation will not be observed
in the case of transportation owing
to the importance of the service,
which if stopped altogether would
interfere with the manifestations
Cunl h.it --in m - 'lthe funeral of
Martha, kai $": iia0nths, infant daugh
ter of Mr. aihdMrs. William J. Can
nlighaani' and Alster of James Cun
ninikhiuan; will ,'t.ke place tomorrow
afternoon from the family residence,
1 Ridgley avenue at 1:15 o'clock,
proceeding to St. Mary's church
where mass will be celebrated. In
terment in Holy Cross cemetery.
DANIIELS & B I1OA
a25 East Park S aIo 5o888
Residence roae *. .
aute and CV*e. - t
Hughes-The remains of the late
Thomas Hughes, age 46 years, will
be shipped tomorrow (Thirsrday)
niorning at 7 o'clock over the Ndrth
ern Pacific to Wallacq, Idaho, where
interment will take placq.
3eu 33 Nradoh Mi& St7aei
/ Am North .ain at"reu
Today We Celebrate. i
THE M1AY DI)AY FESTIVAl,.
Blood and blossoms, tears and
tiaras, ferocity and flowers t- lus
by alliteration s artful aid. one may
characterize one of the olds st of the
world' festivals, May )Day. It iL now
the day chosen by innocent youth ior
care-free frolibs in the open, henll
the queen of the May is crowned
with a tiara of posies and her loyal,
if somewhat envious, subjects dance
around May-poles and sinl anti play
games and rerew their acqiuaintanc'
with Ithus To'itcodendron and Rhus i
Diversiloba. ommonly lknown as
poison ivy and poison oak. It is also
the great ann tal festival of the au
archists and the red revolutionists of
the world, when beardled and long
nal'red men alld short-haired I\Vom cl
meet in secreit conclaves to plot
against the existing order --- where
order happens to exist nowadays--or
hold open meetings at which heads
are often brolken. There are certain
spots on this tr"oubled earth where, it
milust be admitted the reds will to
lnorrow hav\e the most gibbous day
they have eve'" known.
The double significaince of May
day, as a festiyal of innocent joy and
sinister rites, plnay be traced back to
the beginning of written history.
'The abomination of the Ammon
tee," referred to in scripture, meant
the May festiial of the Ammonite.s,
at which the people paid homage to
their god Moloch. The Syro-Pheni- I
clans had a similar May day observ
ance in honor of their principal male
ilvinity, Baali Bonfires were built
:o propitiate the sun gods, and into
these infants and young children
were hurled. After the performance
of this humap sacrifice the frantic
worshippers, iien, women and chil
dren, danced naked about a phallus.
Such was the terrible and obscene
origin of the innocent dance about
the May pole .
The next notable observance of
May day in the pages of history is
udider the guise of the ancient Rom
an Floralia, which was instituted in
the year 241 B. C. on account of at
bad harvest. The festival, which
was dedicated to Flora, 'the goddeslcs
of fertility, soon d.egenerated into a
The Phenidians spread their M\ay
day observances throughout a large
part of Europe, and in the forests of
Germany and France and in England,
Scotland and Ireland, our semi-sav
age ancestors observedi the day withi
rites that included the sacrifice of
May day is a labor holiday or as at
day for workingmen' demonstrations
is of recent origin. Although the
union worki gnmen of America now
celebrate Labor day in September,
they were really responsible for tie
choice of the first of May as an in
ternational labor holiday. At the
convention ot the American Federa.
tion of Labor held in St. Louis in
1888, President Samueil Gompers ad
vocated the sitting apart of a certain
day as a labor holiday, when the
toilers of Anmerica should agitate for
an eight-houtl day. The first of May,
1890, was the date chosen. Follow
ing the Atimerican example, the
French labor congress chose the
same day for a national demdnstra
tion of the solidarity of labor. The
American Lapor day utovement came
to nothing, and when it was revived
the September date v.as chosen. In
France, howeiver, thL ' observance of
the first of May was a great succe;ss
and from there it spre-ad to other Eu
OP'EI0A IN I:\(.:iSH.
The first to succves fuiiy produce
standard grind oper)Ts in English
was a German, Carl .\llgust Nicholas
Rosa, who died in Paris 30 years
ago today, April 30, 1'.89. Rosa was
born in Hanmburg in 1843 and was
educated at the famous Leipsic con
servatory. He becam-i one of the
greatest violinists of his time, and
travelled all over England and Amer
ica. In 1860 Rosa and his wife,
WUphresyne Parepa I:osa, a noted
singer, organized an English opera
company, which was ý,, ll rec6ived in
England and made three American
tours. Rtosa, who wn~ a native of
Edinburgh. died in 1 '74. After the
death of his wife and partner Rosa
cbntinued in English operas with a
large measure of sut cess, and, be
sidis the standard opr:as, introduced
many new pieces in I.ondbb. The
first importiint English opera was
John Gay's "The Begcgar's Opera," a
satire against the goi ernment of Sir
Robert Wallhole, whi.ch had 'a run of
63 nights ih LondIol in 1727, and
was performled in New York in 1750.
After the rcvolutioln English opera
had a fitful existencf' in New York,
Philadelphia DIaltimore- and Charles
ton. The 'irst distinctive Ameri
can opera wits John lHoward Payne's
Clari", the Maid of M.ilan," which
~as producedl in 182:1 and contained
the immortal song. "Home, Sweet
BEAU ".lI'lLlMEII"IS DEATH.
On this date in .s ht there died in
Caen. France, one ojf the moist ro
mantic characters in British ,hiatory,
namely George lirummell, better
known as Beau Brummell. He was
the associate of George IV. whent the
latter was IPrince of Wales, and was
for a long thime ti' head of tashion
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TO BE SETTLED LATER
Lucile Howard To Claim
Share in the Big Whisky
Cache Seized By Officers.
Two Other Claimants.
ay mutual csenii st of the11 court and
attolrneys for lthe claimants tlle 1)ro
ceedings to determine owllersilip of
the 140 cases of whisky and winll
seized in the Alnmira apartments
April 1., was postponed today by
Judge l)wyer until May 17.
The ostlponement, it is said, was
mnade when it became knownl that at
torneys for Lucile Howard(, presumi
ably the ownerl of the greater part of
the booze, were not ready to p)ress
their clients' c(lain. Joe Kelly, llow
ill jail awaiting a hearing on a charge
of burglary inl connection with the
alleged theft of tilhe liquor fronl the
residence of Mr. and AMrs. Chappeltll
oin Emniett street, and "Red" Dick
inlsal so have resente ll(d CIliltiS t(o
owllership olf om5)e of the liquor.
and malnners ill England. I-(. passedýl
tile latte(r part of his life ill pIoverly
andt obscurity (and .wr't the close
of it was confinedt in a iatlllihotlse.
Ono Cent No Ad Less
A Word Than 1A
In A:cCLASSIFIED ADSCet
MALE HELP WANTED FOR RENT WANTED
MAN to plow a small piece of I"FOR RENT---Large hall. suitable for LADY room imatlt, housekeeping
ground. Phlone 4901-M1. clubs, pool, dnllce or mleeting place. privileges, mtoderin home. Phone
__ .Over I.p'eols Loan Office, 28 ½,i East 2020.
SIX lirst cltass miners waunted. See l'rk. Iqire within.
I.. J. It. Andeltrson, 72: North F'R IOOMl o!,etrn huni,.ilow, lot WORK WANTED
Wyomig st., before p.. oand one halIf, all fenced; $2,300,I
termis. 292:1 Philipps st. IO p)Iowis;;., g;arden soil and ma
WANTED----Ambitious men to Ire - - e phone t1:32-J. 2500 Harri
pare for prolotion. Apply In- FOUlt 'oett furnished house. 412 \V. son ave.
ternational Correspondence School, (galena. Key at 410.
basement, No. 1 West Broadway. CA-'l ENTER work. by the day or
job. .lobbing it specialty. 'hone
ARE YOU SICK OIL ('RI11'I'IED? Unfurnished Houses :2 '~v-W. _
A few treatments of CII!()Ol'R.AC
TIC will relieve you. At .a...: rate 4-11OOM modern house. Inquire FINANCIAL
give it a trial. Quit drugsn. Avoid 1125 1E. Second st. Phone 3231-W.
the operation. See ors' A W. l try' FIVE THOUSAND WORKERS
Roomn 9, Silver Bow block. _ REAL ESTATE wanted to buy $5 worth of stock
RETURNED SOLDIEIeij wnshing to ... .--. .- in The Bulletin Publishing Co.
advertise for work can use the 120-At'Ill: ranch. 8 mile f|'omti
want ad Columns of th1 Datl', BUl- Blutte; all fenced: 20 ..e :, brol; MONEY TO x OAN
letin free of chalrg'. 1o, rn- be good bIrn and chliclkelln house; will - -
backward ini taking lv.oI ttr , f this sell (lchap or exchange for city propl- MONIEY LO()ANED on diamonds,
offer, we are glad to he r+ o .,.rice to crly. I'hone 3914-\W. 281 . I'Farragt. watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
you. -- ...... . ......- ...... . - at a reasonable rate of interest. The
-------- --a- - - 1tOM bungalow; tlas5tred; pIunt- Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
FEMALE H LP r, o : bat and. .hroo an cdlos.tas; ces; llr
AL Land [ne; l'urnishod or unfornished :; MONEY LOANED at 3 per cent. Dia
Il. a. bargain. I'rty leoa\in tow.vu moends, jewelry, Liberty bonds.
LAD)Y wanted thalit has; . icete in Aly ownter, 182t1 2Monro ave. Mose Linz, upstairs jeweler.
ladies' tailoir:n;. Apply 36 ---- -
Phoenix BId. I)T I x1 00, corner Crystal and Plat- CLEANERS AND DYERS
P-o i-----. i,, .; i streets; linislied baslemen
SECOND-HAND GOODS ',,.or l ." se 26x4; lumber enough on AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
A;:N:El to rougi in; look it tor; 1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
WANTED at baiu.
. ---- ----:- lOOM hou..e on two lots; a bar- TONSORIAL
HIGHEST PRICE paid for ')ld cloth- gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools omting at. Pho'ne 5403-J. HAVE your children's hair cut at
Phone 3557-W. E. J. Swaidner's barber shop,
FURNISHED HOUSES 133% W. Broadway.
FURNISHED ROOMS ---
,_,:_, ,,,.. .....-.. . ....-..- ::-~ 00 i funisahed cottage. 1125 CIGARS
MRS. 9MAY 1(STOCK)1 of Three Fork S. Atlantic. _
has taken charge of et(e rooming 1 e patriotic, smoko Army and
hous;it ae last i oandwal Al FURNITURE FOR SALE Navy brand cigars. For sale at
hous ....! :;::I East lioatl way. All
er ]rools ar l e n (1 n; d well fill.'- cigar stands.
Wished;: ralt i'rato able. *- - **- -
SF (AN Il..IT' R of six-orno th Iio.t Hernstitching and Braiding
SHERItIBAN hioute, under new m1:1i- suitable for la rgs faumily or rooi
ageti'llnt ; hliottseke )iltg roo S ild 1, cheap, i eaSy t!ermlise; renlt $15. -""
frlll.ni-hdl rools; allS, four-1ro111 (ll ' . .fternoon, Panlltoriut, 206 N. BRAIDING, hemstitching and tilcot
cottage:; : 1. 107 W. Quartz. Jlackson. ing. 101 Pennsylvania block. M.
.--. -.- -. E. Benedict.
NICI:I.lY fr, nisheid rooms, reasonable ALL KIND)S of furniture for sale;
rat: ce112ntrilly located; quiet must be sold this month; no ea- Decorations and Painting
plac-. 112 E. Broadway. sotiable offer ecfused. 119 \W. Ga
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WOO(i()tW l:olel. 212 S. Arizona st.; ------- -- -- ---- PAINTING, paperhanging, kalsomin
modern rooms it reduced rates. F1I'.NITURE and ranges for sale. ing. Miller's, 423 Colorado stlcet.
Unoder new rtttmna a t - pCity Furniture Exchange. 206 E. Phone 603.
Under n1ew lltttli-li"O lit. iarc.
BUSINESS CHANCES voR SALE -Furitur.e, itoa, - CHILE PARLORS
pets, pillill. Reatr 404 S. AIontatp;t .
WANTED--Man to drive auto stag"- FOR SALE Our chili always the best in the city.
line for fishing parties; one pre- PONY CHILI CAFE.
ferred who will Ialsi a half interest 38' E. Park St.
in the line. Tdi Ross, 7 W. Park. COME boys ('oitt, see me before
you btiy or rent; must sell this
week. Going away. Highest bidder HAT CLEANING
Furnished Housekeeping gets two lot,, six room house, somni
furniture, light, water, garden. 1131 THT OLD HT. Get it reblocked
R00 Itbsot ,ti. and cleaned to look like new.
SONE Victor a-t,-hine and 29 records, Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
THREE houslikeeing; furnished, tiostly Seotchl and Irish and one ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
modern flat; ideal place for bach- electric lamp; $58 for both. 233 hat maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
elors. 215 W. Mercury. E. Copper. 86% E. Park at.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant FOUR ROOMS of good furniture in
furnished housekeeping rooms; modern houise, close in; could rent TRANSFERS
convenient; sunny; close in. 507 out one or two rooms; a bargain. .
W. Galena. 519 X. Broadway. RUDOLPI TRANSFER CO. Phone
W O N E L Y "i s e h p O N E KII I.A LL V ictrola, alm ost 2711 or 2749.
TWO NEWLY furnished housekeep- ew, t bargain. See Landlady
bath. 326 South Idaho. . .
JE\VELRY and second-hand cloth- GUVON 600 S. Clark Ave. t5
2 FURNISHED housekeeping rooms ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan _.
with bath. 510% W. Galena. Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. Bulletin Want Ads
NICE CLEAN housekeeping rooms. DAIlY FOR SALE-Al, centrally
10 North Washington. lo(tatt'd. Snap. Phone .5790-W. R Phon
PAITRIT IS ARRESTID
FOH HONORING ANTHEM
The intll(else patrictisni and rever
lnce I'or the flag held by llan Gior
genieh Icd to his arrest byv Officer
lrady on Monday night and his ap
Dtc.alrance in 1)olice c(ourtl yesterday
a ft erllnoon. Giorgenich was charged
with violating the traffic laws.
In his own defense Giorgenich
stated that as he was driving by the
opel(n alil Victory loan concert at
l'roadlway and Alain strot'ts, he heard
the players strike up '"TI'he Star
Spangled lannelr."' lie stated that he
had beenl taught to reverence' the nll
tional anthem and had halteld his car
during the, rendition of tlhe ir. I1-e
was fined $10, which was susplended.
PREDICTS BOOM IN
MINING AT NIEHART
A revival of old (i'nt, etivitio.-. in
the old mining camp of Neihart is
prtertit('d for the cominig sulotmer byi
(icorge Ial t'i lrabrook. , lre sidtltn of
lhe C.acade iline and Mille compmny.
who is in Ilutte on( his \;way to Nei
hart after ia bnsimnese 'rip in Netvdtla.
ltrl. BIraibloo. stated tlhat h (e estipc
ied tlhere woiuld he ia revi\al of lth
productlliveness of 1m1;n113 properi.'iesr
which ha','e been close(d down four
(Ctontinued From l'age One.)
hold at Plark a a:d lin streets dur,
inll iho last two nights, by thae Butte
Iusi° club will be repe:tted.
The A\il:oonda ('opper Mines band
will pard' , i the :treeds earlier in the
' toning to stir upi interest in the loan
and during the in termrli::,iona at the
outioon sintn (ldowIntown tOnight iC
turll d soldiers ,llo h0atveo been in atc
tiot1 it ' I'ran :,;11 l Ve a; last ap
Iuring the s!how t;itg"d by the
Elkl: last night, a surprise was gir
en the crowdl when Privaif E. C. Ar
noltdo (" uiloin, arise ntld ma.de a
phl. i the people to give till it
huri:s." (Gilmnan dlisplatn d iant e tnipyl v
sleeve., the resultt of inii its r .ecit d
ill bI ttit . as niute evid ne of !:is
giving to his country's niel.
SOLDIER FINDS NEW
MAN IN DOMICILE
The expected arrival today of
Calpt. John Surbridge after extendod
service in F'raince will be unusual in
that the captain will find that in
his iablseinc his famlily has increased
by one moember. On April 2,8, Dr.
Stork arrived at the Surbrid.ge hoime,
118 West Parl'k street, and left a
bouncing baby boy.