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MINE CARPENTERS TO
New Scale of $6.50 to Go
Into Effect July 1; Com
mittee Appointed to Tell
Yesterday evening a special meet
ing of the Carpenters' union was
held, at which the new contract for
carpenters with the mines was ad
opted. It calls for $6.50 per day, in
stead of $5.50, as in the past two
A committee was appointed to no
tify the mine owners of the raise,
which is to go into effect July 1.
The new contract is similar to
those recently adopted for the car
penters who are working with the
companies in Great Falls and Ana
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----IINKL I INTEREST-SAVE.---
Notice of Time Appointed for Prov
ing Will, Etc.
In the district court of the Second
Judicial district of the state of
Montana, county of Silver Bow.
In the matter of the estate of Pat
rick Leahy, deceased.
Pursuant to an order of said dis
trict court, made on the 18th day of
June, 1919, notice is hereby given
that Tuesday, the 1st day of July,
1919, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the courtroom of said court, at the
city of Butte, in the said county of
Silver Bow, has been appointed at
the time and place for proving the
will or said Patrick Leahy, deceased,
and for hearing the application of
Mary Hendricks Leahy for the issu
ance to her of letters testamentary,
when and where any person inter
ested may appear and contest the
Dated June 18, 1919.
OTIS LEE, Clerk.
(First publication June 19, 1919.)
NOTICE TO ('llEI)ITOIRS.
Estate of Frank Nardell, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned administratrix of the estate
of Frank Nardell, deceased, lo the
creditors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within 10 months after the
first publication of this notice, to the
said administrator at the office of
John K. Claxton, attorney for said
estate, at 419 Hennessy building.
Butte, Silver Dow county, Mont.. the
same being the place for the trausar
lion of the business of said estate, in
the county of Silver Bow, state of
BESSIE T. NAID)EL.L,
Administralrix of the estate of I'rank
Dated Butte, Mont., this 1.1th day
of June, 1919.
(First publication June 16, 1919.)
NOTI('E TO I)DEIINQUENT STOClK
Office of the Montana Silver Copper
Mining Company, Wallace, Ida.,
May 12, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that there is
delinquent upon the following de
scribed stock on account of an assess
nent of two (2) mills per share
levied on the 1st day of April 1919.
the several amounts set opposite the
names of the respective shareholder:,
as follows, to-wit:
Cert. Shares. Amnt.
Hutchings, W. S..... 8 12,500 $25
Brouelette, W. L...13 12,500 25
Brouelette, J. L.
assessm't No. 6, 7..18 12,500 5i)
Eisman, Ora ..........20 12.500 25
Reid & Dutch.......31 10.000 2n
Gustafson, Christ....24 5,000 IIi
Gustafson, Christ....39 5,000 0
And, in accordance with law, so
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may be necessary will he
sold on the 7th day of June. 1919, at
7:30 p. m. of said day, at the office of
the company, 517 Bank street, Wal
lace, Ida., to pay the delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with the
costs of advertising and expenses of
E. R. TURK,
Secretary-Treasurer of Montana Sil
ver-Copper Mining company.
(Fifst Publication June 16, 1919.)
Sidewalks and Foundations-All
Kinds of Cement Work--Prices
M. F. KILEY
Phone 2019-J. 1109 WV. Woolman
DEATHS AND IFUNEIRALS.
Pascoe-The funeral of Miss Ruby
Pascoe will take place tomorrow
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
from the family residence, 806 West
Galena street. Interment in the
Mount Moriah cemetery.
Barker-The infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barker, age
six days, who died this morning, are
at the family residence, 907 East
Faucet street. Funeral announce
ment will appear in later papers.
DANIELS & BILBOA
aldersttkers and Embalmern
185 East Park St., Butte. Phone 888
Residence Phone 4817-W.
Aunto ad Carriage Equlpmet
Bozovich--Peter Bozvich, age 38
years, died today. The remains are
at Duggan's undertaking room. The
funeral will take place from the fai
ily residence, 614 East Galena street
at a time to be announced later.
ILeliable Undertaker and Embalmer
822 North Main Street
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS
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11 a el 4iev .1414l p rlonal ge (du1nlg 1lhis sale. r' 1(1 il e' very
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day(I . I store 8 lis 1 e 1 .vh ( dV d wil(14 v ii ( ' a-( ' IL e S nki!l1 aii d- i,
of tile past week we stil sll IIv( 1 101 ' full o1 the rar( s 1 o1f 1ar1 aills.
30% to 50% Off on I
W e've gol to. raise( 11m(1(' (i11, ' kIy 11 (4(1 u111 ' 41, )i'ali.n1s. Ev(,1'XV
-tanding ll his salX. Ii ' rl l (ave I' lead iy )o 111(hl, ,l 111(l; 1e
('.11s(e prl'i('es will n(ver h)c' lhr\ ve anId you can easily save a w,(k's
w1ages a1ld 14 oXll'( e 1) 4 l 4ll X(1asilg (11v. O1r' loss is y1r 4ial( . Sal('
will ('11on11111e until we v('e raiised lhe re(luie(d ainu11 i(1 a ,o " 1114, ((V'.
Men's IUanll- Mul 's Soks M t i'-s NSlls- Nekli es 'niw .
kirAhiefs 1pdgo'es or
41 ~a lac 499
rnian l not, . 'll's I 111 1
M|('II's S o('s 1.en l's Hat'II'ts ](C 1rd a IP nis Pants ,guits
$1.. $1,45 3,45 1.45 X14 08
Thousands of the ( ' (-vas (loves
('1li11xwa Slhoe, s ib Overalls Same Kind of WSh iii nis
2, $1Bargains at This
Store 71_2c 75C
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HEDOIC TALE OF
Refusal to Wage Unlawful
War on Russia Was
True Revolution, Says
Paris, June 23.- -The story of the
mutiny on Easter day of the crews
of four French warships engaged
against the soviet forces near Odessa
was recounted to the chamber of dep
uties last night by Emile Goude, a
. These four warships were in the
Black Sea fleet, under command of
Vice Admiral Amet, and were bo)0
barding red guards on shore. pre
paratory to an attack on Odessa.
"The signal to clear for action was
given on the morning of April 19."
the deputy said. "The men gathered
in crowds on the deck and refused
to disperse when ordered. Then, from
the battleship France, arose the
strains of the international revolu
tionary hymn. The men gathered in
groups on the ship, and the captain
then intervened and tried to discuss
the matter with the sailors. who ap
pointed delegates to explain why the
'Internationale' had been sung. One
of the delegates said:
Won't Wage Illegal War.
" 'The war we are being forced to
make against the Russians is uncon
stitutional. The minister has not the
right to use us for a war parliament
has not voted.'
"The captain informed the admiral
in command, who was on board the
battleship Jean Bart, of the situation.
The men listened to the attempts of
the admiral to parley. They were re
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spetfiul in tnheir attitude, but refused
o olbey his orders uand insisted they
should he retlurned to France. Tihe
'Internationale' again was sung. In
th11 evenling sailors on other ships
took iup the singing.
The red flag was run up on Easter
norlning beside the tri-color, which
had been hoisted with customary hon
ors. The work on the ships was car
ried out reguIlaly, and the officers,
had full liberty. There was one, un
ortllnate incident for which the sail
ors were not responsible.
Onei Lnifortunatel Incident.
"W\hen tlie mlen were going ashore
on April 201 a young ensign, fresh
fronm the naval academy, seeing tlihe
sailors and Frellch soldiers fraterniz
ing with Russian ni:oen and womlien.
ordered a machine gun fired. A naval
lieutenant rushed up, placed himself
in front of the men and stopped the
firing. However, some were killed
"The movement continued without
violence, insolence, disorder or sabot
age. The tri-color never was lowered.
It was a true revolutionary move
Iment in the highest and purest sense
of the word. The sailors, sons of the
great French revolution, rellmembered
there are legal imeasures beyotnd
which French soldiers and marines
cannot be emlployed.
"After four days of negotiations.
the admiral granted the demands of
the delegates that the ships should
return to France, and that ino pull
ishiment shoulld be exacted fronl the
len after their return."
Salt Lake City, .Jtne 23.-
(I tited Press) .-Retail grocers
from forty-eight states gathered in
convention hIiro todny in tho hIotel
Utthl to discuss efficiiney of organ
ization and (conditi(ons effoting the
grocery bllsiless during the lostl
'l'ie convenltion 0was called to olrdier
by John W\. Wilcox, vice-president.
oIf tihe Utra lietail .\lerclrhant's Ass
ociatiin. The( dologates were wie.l
coired by XW. Mlont Ferry, mllayor of
Salt Iake. The llmorning session
closed with the response to Wvel)ielll
for the visiting grocers bIy Johnl A.
Elmer, vice-president of lthe Natiorrli
Association of Relail (Orlcers., rand
tihe appointmlirent of cormmititees onl
auditing. rules iand order of business
F'ollowing- the reports of officers
it the opening of the afternoon ses
sion, Leon 1i. Ilattenrach, trustee of
the National Associatio of Ie('nlil
Grocers spoke on "('Cash and (Car'ry
vs. Credit and DIelivery." ('arl W'.
ilraind, president of the Nati(onal
('offe Ions!ters Assoeialiorn also ad
dressed the deloethgates.
Following tlle appointment of the
collliittee on resolutions tomlorrow,
F'. 11. Connolly, past-president of the
Grocer,;' Associalion will speak on
"A Larger and Morve Efficient Or
ganization." Paul Finidlay. of
Philadellphia, presidenti of the Anmeri
can Slpecialty anlllllfactu nerls Associ
atioin, is schedluled for ranI address.
The plrilillpal spellkers at tle a;fter
noon session will be Arjary I)avies.
president of thli National VWholesale
Grocers Association andlll ApStlste
James E. ITallnlage, of tlie MIonrnormn
The collnvenion will close Thllurs
day with the final reports of rcom
ririttees, stl-,eiion of ln xt c-onven'lltion
city, the annual rrelection of officers
and the intlrolduelionil of new officer's.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
-- TINK 1, INTHERST-SAVE.
LEWIS F. KELLER
(Continued Fr.m Page One.)
only appIa)ri, lhr : b I)'?t sa ,ig]( ]1io1
is m 1king thos1e' 4p' 4:1: ' lv ,
Ilow word l ' cPd rea( e( I f1t ! ',:, ('l
f'iim1ily ai (i10s \\,,-t 0 talen u : rl','I,
nhlollt 4 o'cloc'k 8aiurday lornl)l iz is
told Iby Em mallil |; a:,(ul a :-;iS.(o, 4' the'
dlead girl. Keller, himself, d:1 not
girl w1hom hI o Ifoo 1 ( l riding.l F41 riday
night. 1le left 4i 1 little du11iy Io the
Illldel'ta1 . e \ I! 'r. it is oa ll, h;Is
ofleli called Miss oI'aseoo up :1 n the
phone. I he 1 1s tll4 114 tlt' knownIi l IIha
Ilhi phone a crri,; the iame of
]Hilly Pascoe', i1ll \Vest (iG ilna
Said Miss En.4a liPascio:
"My sister worked at the tel-1
phone1 of''iHo lillil 9:31 tihe i ighllt of,
her death. \Vh ln she was off shift
she a(1co11pan1ild a friend 'il of hrs l,
-larry Miller'. to ll t rain. Mil ler
when his train wil s about den11 to de-(1(
part, placed ltuby on tle street, car
which ( i'comes uptownI. Sie' 1111ust hlvie
met Keller on the stlrl't oI0 herl' Way
Iomne. 'T'her was to le a li l tto pat
ty at Ito gardens that nlighlt and we
expected .uby to either go out with
Is f1rom'tl wn or 1V4 11 ' II lool uS out tl 11'1t'.
"I was a vl'akenelld at ailllolI 3:.:) iby
tile rinigilig of the teleplholne and1
so01e Irin at Dlaniels & Hil14oa') told
11me h: 1 I l4y sister was lyillg dllll at
their i' 14,. I slippel d oln 4 c11 t 11and
a fIW 4l4)4 n' i l 4flr'!'WarIilds an auto
mobile aI rriv\ 't, on' t Daniels & 1lil
boa's. .\ftr 5,eiing my sister':; body,
soI (illo''. I don't Ireme'lllllber who,
told m11e li'll Keller wars in the city
jail. A I t1hi, lime I had not the
least aln dll y loward Keller, as I
thought un)tlow ' or miter, there had
been :-i ui,,lý in1dableh ac4 ident. I ex
pected hill to straiglhton everythaint
out and explain to ine all that had
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENT INADVANCE LESS THA 15 CENTS
MALE HELP WANTED
WANTED-Ambitious men to pre
pare for promotion. Apply In
ternational Correspondence School,
basement, No. 1 West Broadway.
ARE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CHIROPRAC
TIC will relieve you. At any rate
give it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
the operation. See Flora W. Emery,
itoom 9, Silver Bow block.
RETURNED SOLDIERS wishing to
advertise for work can use the
want ad columns of the Daily But
letin free of charge. Do not be
backward in taking advantage of this
offer, we are glad to be of service to
3:29-AC l' farm; 5 miles from Nor
ris; 20'l acres tillable; 50 acres
broke; friced; good barn, house and
otlher ilpro\vemenllts; horses and
faint (equipmentt; good springs; will
s.rifiice for tquick sale; further par
ticulars, Owner, Fred Snowball, Nor
2t8 .\(1I IS of land. 15 miles from
Ilot Slrings, on Fllathead reserva
tion; 90 nales broke,. 60 acres in crop
to go with place if taken al on'e;
b;lance Sll nrlllllll fallowed; runnlllillng
water; good illllnprovenlts. C. A.
Voorhies. Itox 45. Alarada. Mont.
SIVEIN-rooml lramise hlouse, two
story: sulitable for two families.
Fiurllished o r unfurnllishied. Cheapll
for cash. ('Call at 537 East Blroad
FINIE show case, 12 feet long. 19
lights glass, 12 sliding doors; also
fine Kinmball pialto. Suitable grad
nltion present. A bargain. ('all
121 E. Park st.
FOIUR ROOMS of good furniture in
modern house, close In; could rent
out one or two rooms; a bargain.
519 W. Broadway.
(1()OI) as now, low pitch alito saxo
phone witlh case complete. Call
:121 E. lPark.
IlI('ElKENS for s.ale Iby the pound,
dlead or alive. The (Green Coop,
three blocks east of Lake Avona.
JEWELRY and second-hand cloth
ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
Office, 11 S. Wyoming street.
tON work horse, five years old;
spritng w:iagon and htIarness. ('orner
Yale and Oreg'on ave.
DAIRY FOR SALE-A1, centrally
located. Snap. Phone 5790-W.
Ft'IINITI '11ll of thIlee roomns for sale.
449 IF. Morcury.
IIl1ODI Island ied baWy chicks.
::12 I E2 Ildwards street.
1 11R(11MS fiiiit'ire for sale; $150.
Apply 1419 VtWest Aluminum st.
71 1-3 ACRI'ES, 1 ', miles
front end t1' No. 4 car line,
w's" $2.5()0 ns iii. Apply
!,ullelinl lITi, .
3I-ROOM house on two lots; a bar
gain. Apply owner, 1945 S. Wy
oming et. Phone 5403-J.
HlIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools.
3-ROOM furnished cottage. 1126
ocunrred. At first Ithey refused tme
lihe privilege of seeing him that
night, as they said I was too wild. I
kllnw that I was nervous and grief
strickent . At last I saw Keller. lie
was pacing tile front of his cell, with
.hia ill hand, as thoughi Ihe expected
Sbe, released anlly ImomIent. I alp
'proachlled himl iIS close as possible
and the first words I spoke were
'\What did you do to IRuby?'
Jumlped Ollt of ('ilar
"lie stoppedtl his pacing for a see
adl long 1llKenuollg to say, 'ltuly julml
iri out, of the' (lar.' He was not ex
ilted in the lIhst. I had lootkedt for
hi a to burst out with thie whole ex
pliiiaititon. I also expected him to
.say that he was sorry such ai tragedy
occurred. Hie did neither. I then
tHAT OLD HAT. Get it reblocked
and cleaned to look like new.
Both ladies' and gents' hats renovat
ed. Fifteen years' experience as a
ant maker. The Nifty Hat Shop,
361/ E. Park st.
NI\V two-roomn house,,cheap; suit
able for two men or small fanmily.
27 W. \oOl lan. Phoune 5033-..
'T'IlI:IEl 2-room furnished housoekel,
ing apartmcnts; rent reasontable.
616 East Galena.
IT'Rl Ie:-room cottage, furnishld,
close in. 513 W. Broadway.
4I-ROOM house, furnished or unfur
nished. 51-1 N. Main.
2-ROOM cabin for rent. Kemper
ave. Call 2643-J.
FIVE THOUSAND WORKERB
wanted to buy $5 worth of stocL
In The Bulletin Publishing Co.
MONEY TO TLOAN
GET YOUR MONEY at 2 per cient on
diamonds, watchels, jewelry, Lib
erty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairs
Jeweler. Two entrances-- Main and
MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds
at a reasonable rate of Interest. The
Old Reliable. I. Simon, 21 N. Main.
MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds,
diamonds, watches, jewelry and
other articles of value; square deal.
People's Loan office, 28/A E. Park.
TWO NICE, clean, large, pleasant
furnished housekeeping rooms;
convenient; sunny; close in. 507
I'EII~ANEN'T or transient; clean,
light rooms. $2.50 per week and
up. Mercury blk., 38 E. Mercury st.
HAVE your children's hair cut at
E. J. Swaldner's barber shop,
133% W. Broadway.
WHY not save money. Have your
tires retreaded, made good as new
for half price at the American Vul
Works, 1101 4V. Granite. Phone
1035. Goodrich Tires and Accessor
ies. Ball & Etzel.
EXPIRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
AUTO Transfer and Storage Co.-
Anything and anywhere at your
-service. We hurry. Phone 3507-J.
. .. . . . ---"
Pianos Tuned and Repaired
THOMAS E. JOYCE, piano tuner and
repairer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
GUYON, 800 S. Clark Ave. 6585-J.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks.
1341 Harrison ave. Phone 131.
asked him why, instead of driving to
Maurice Rowe's place, he didn't take
my sister into one of the nearby
houses, or better still drive directly
to town to a hospital and then notify
me. He said that he did not know
me or where I lived. It is peculiar
he did not know mie as I have been
out with him. He did not answer my
other questions. Seeing that I could
learn nothing from hini I went home,
to sit awake through the night. I
Ihave not sleit s a moment since I left
Itim at the jail."
Miss Pasco also said that when
shite saw Keller at the jail, there
were two marks which appeared to lie
recently made scratches on his face.
The Bulletin is sold at Hennecke's
soft drink parlor, Anaconda.-Adv.