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SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
SILVERl BOW COUNTY, MONTANA
NORA COUGHLIN SANGER, as ad
ministratrix of the estate of Leslie
Sanger, deceased, Plaintiff,
SOPHIE HUGUENEL. Julia Evert.
Elsie Lademan, Emlma Deutche
and Sophie H-uguenet, Emil Hu
.guenel, Elsie iHuguenel Horn
berger, August Huguencl. Emma
Huguencl Osterlnann. August Hu
guenel,Carl Huguenel, Anii Evert.
Fritz Evert, Elsie Lademnan, Ida
Lademan Probst, Eniuna Ladem an
hRecksick, Otto Lademan, Hcd wig
Lademan. Oscar Lademann, Ma
tilda L. Wyler, Martha Lademan.
Paul Lademan, Kurt Lademuan,
Clara Lademan. Matilda IHiltz,
William D_)eutchle, German Lu
theran Church of Butte, Montana.
a Montana corporation, German
Lutheran Church of San Jose.
California, a California corpora
tion, Rudolph Probst as executors
of the last will and testame(nt of
Leslie Sanger, deceased, and Fran
cis P. Garvin, as alien property
custodian of the United States oft
THE STATE OF MONTANA SENDS
GIREETINGS TO THE ABOVE
You are hereby summoned to an
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 vtu. and
t.o file your answer and serve a copy
thereof upon the plaintiff's attor
neys 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,
judgment will be taken against you
by default, for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF THE
NATURE OF THE ACTION.
The plaintiff is the administratrix
of the estate of Leslie Sanger, de
ceased, appointed May 3. 1919, by
the above-named court: that the
said Leslie Sanger died intestatoe
while in the American Expeditionary
Forces in the Republic of France, on
October 3rd, 1918, leaving as his
sole surviing heirs and next to kin
Dorothy Isabelle Sanger and Hlazel:
Margaret Sanger, both under the age
of eight years.
That Louise Sauger died testate
on or about the 8th day of Match,
1918, and by her will she left all of
her property, with the exception of
five hundred dollars. to the above
named defendants, they bhing hel
blood relatives; that she was the
stepmolher of leslie Sanger, and
Leslie Sanger was the legitimate son
and sole surviving blood relation of
Peter Sanger; that Peter Sanger
died testate on the 24th day of
March, 1915, and by his will left
all of his property to said Louise
Sanger, now deceased, except the
sum of one hundred dollars. which
was left to Leslie Sanger; that. Iu
tdolph Probst is the executor of the
will of Louise Sanger, deceased, by
appointmlent of the above court, and
lives in Silver Bow County, Montana,
and there has in his possession all
of the properly left by Louise
Sanger; that the following named
dufendants, who are legatees under
the will of Louise Sanger, dcceased,
are citizens of anlld reside in the Ger
an Empire. at tilhe plarces following
their respective names:
August H1-uguenel, Bischweiler.
Carl Iluguencl, Biscllweiler, Gor
Anna Evert. Ilerlin, Germany.
Fritz Evert, Berlin, Germany.
Elsic Lsadcian, Sierenz, Ober E1
Emma. Lademan Recksick, Sier
enz. Ober Elsass, Germany.
Otto I.ademau, Sierenz, Ober El
Hledwig Lademan. Sierenz, Ober
I :lsas. cermany.
Martha Lademan, Sierenz, Ober
Paul Ladenimn, Siercnz, Ober El
Kurt Lademan. Sierenz, Ober El
Clara lademan, Sierenz, Ober El
That the following namied persons
are next. of kill of said Iouise'
fSanger, deceased. and also reside in
the German Empire at the places
following their respective names:
Sophie Huguenel, Bischwiiler, El
Julia Evert. Berlin. Germany.
Elsie Lademan. Sierenz, Ober E1
That Francis P. GCarvin is !he aet
ing alien property custodian of the
United States of America and as
such is entitled to the possession and,
control of the property of alien en
emties; That Louise Sanger left'
property in the possession of the said,
Probsl as executor at Butte. Silver.
low County, Montana, of the ap
praised value of Sixteen Thousanud
Six H'undred Thirty-five and 48-100i
dollars; that all of said property is
personal property and, subject to the
costs and charges of administration,
rightfully belongs to the 1vo chiil
dren of Leslie Sanger. deceased, for
the following reasons alleged in the
The comolaint alleges that on or
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W4A5T' I 1T SMART, MAC! .AT' WAYS'
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about the 1st day of April, 1915, the
said Leslie Sanger, now deceased,
was the legitimate son of Peter
Sanger, deceased, by a prior manr
rnage. and was the only lineal de
scendant; and that Louise Sanger.
deceased. was the wife of the said
Peter Sanger at the time of his death
and was the stepmotller of said L.e-
lie Sanger. now deceased. Plaintiff
alleges uipon her inforlmation and be
lief that on or about the 1st day of
April, 1915, the said l.elie Sanger.
now deceased. re_-solved. by reason
of Ithe unnatural disposition of his
property made by the said Peter
Sanger. decreased, as shown by his
said will, and by reason of the un
due influencei exercised over the said
Peter Sanger. deceased, by the said
Louise Sanger. deceased, in the
making of said will, in keeping the;
sanme in force against the Interest
of said Ieslie Sanger, deceased, and
in favor of herself, to appear in said
court andti to contest said will of
Peter Sanger. deceased, and to op
pose the probate thereof for the rea
sons herein given; that the said Les
lie Sanger, now deceased, notified'
the said Louise Sanger, deceased, ofl
his said r solution and intention:
that thereafter. on or about the 1st
day of April. 1915. at Butte. Mon
taua, the said leslie Sanger and the
said Louise Sanger mutually proln
ised anld agreed between themselves
that he, the said Leslie Sanger, now
deceasedt, would refrain front appear
ing in said court and conuesting 'sid
will. atnd that in consideration there
of she, the said Louise Sanger, now
deceased, would by hier la'-t will ant
testament, leave all of her own
property and all property that she:
received nuder the sait will of Peter'
Sanger, deceased, to said Leslie
Sanger. now deceased; that the said
Leslie Sanger, now deceased, relying
upon the said promise of Louise
Sanger. now deceased, did refrain
from appearing in said court, andt
did not cotlest the said will of Peter I
Sanger, teceat;ed, but instead al
lowed and permitted the said Louise
Sanger. now deceased, to obtain and
possess the property given h.er by
said will, and also perm:tted her to
administer said estate of Pete.t
Sanger. uteceased. as executrix; and
fully kept and performutd all the
termtis and conditions of the said
agreement to be by him kept and
perfornmed: that, as appears front the
said will of Louise Sanger. now de
ceased, said Louise Sanger, liow de
ceas:ed, disposed of her property
otherwise and in disregard otf her
said promise and agreement ; that
at, tie tint" of said promise and
aglrement(t l.ouise Sanger, now dte
ceased, was childless and that she
was of the age of about sixty years
tandt was of souud tlliud. rind said
Leslie SanPger. now deceased. was
then of the age of 29 years and int
good health and of sounld mindl.
Plaintiff alleges that by virtue of
the pIl;etn, ies. iplaintiff is in equity
anti good conscience entitled to all
of lel ectatte of Louise Sangp'r, de
ceased. after the payment of all jIst I
debts antd lxpenses of admlinistra
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court declaring plaintiff entitled to
the residue of said estate; that none
of the defendants, except the de
fendant Rudolph Probst as execu
tor of the last will and testamuent
if Louiise Sanger. deceased, has anyI
interest therein, and that the Faid
defendant. Rudolph Probst. as exe'
cittor aforesaid, be directed on dis'
tribution of said estate to distribute
and turn over to plaintiff the residue
thereof. Plaintiff prays for such
other relief us may appear equitable
tnd for costs of suit.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 28th day ofl Jily.
A. D. 1919.
OTIS LEE, Clerck.
(Seal) 13y F. J. O'CONNOIR,
N.O an & Donolanl. Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 208 l.ewisoln Block,
(First publication July 21. 1919.1
NOT'-u OF mSALE OF HEAL ES-:
TATE AT P'IVATE 5A LE.
In the District Court of the Second.
Judicial District. Silver Bow coun
ty, Montana. in the nmatur of:
the Estate of John B3. Mct.lernan.
l'nlder authority of an order mlade
by the District Court of the Second
Judicial District of the State of Mon-,
iana in and for lIhe County of Silver;
toyw on the ith day of August, 1911.
, the undersigned admini: :tratrix.
will sell at private sale the follow
iug described real property .ituated
in Silver Bow county. Montana. ut
wit.: The south sixty feet rf Lots.
One 111 and Two t21 in Block No.
Iwo 2) of the Saturn Adiition to'
the city of Butte. according to the
official plt. and survey therco! now'
ont file ill the office of tihe county
clerk and recordelr of Silver Bow
The sale will be made on or after
Aug. 26. 1919,. and bios will be re
ceimved at the office of Messrs Nolan
& Donovan. 308 Lewislhn block.
Tihe terms of sale: Ten Iper cetl
at date of sale and the halauce upon
confirmation of the sale by thei
Dated. Aug. 9. 1919.
BERTHA K. McCI,ERINAN,
Admninistratrix of tile estate of John
B. McClernan. deceased.
(lF'i,-t publication Aug. 1 . I'll99.
. .. . . . ... . . . . .. . . . .. . .. . . .
The Crime of July 12
and Our Obsolete Laws
1Iy I.HE.B NO. 186Of55).
There was great rejoicing at the t
news that (County Attorney French
of Cochie countyt Ariz.. Ari had issued
hundreds of warranits of arre't for
those crimilnals who took part in the t
deporting of 1.1Si; I ion from Hlisbela f
on July 12. 1917. whelin the copper
miners of that townl were on strike'
for better wages anld conditiOllS. In I
the name of patriotism, murder had a
)been commllitted., women!ll and children t
had been insulted and beaten., men 1
had been herded into overcrowded t
rattle cars, sid thlrownI u)ponl the
desert without water, food. or any
meallns to sustaini life.
"Now, at last." the optinlisls said.
"'justice will be done. With the law- I
abiding people of the nation behlit ll
hilm, the fearless county attorney wil! I
bring those mobbists to bay, and an t
impartial jury will mete out con- I
dign punishment to those 'patriotic'
Such was their hope.
These optimists did not remember I
that the kept press of the state had i
condoned the crime at the litie li
was committed. They did not re
member how these yellow sheets had
continued spreading hatred and prej 1
udice against the deportees through i
the intervening years. Now they are I
very much grieved to see that the a
samle colpper-owllned papers are do
ing everything they call to thwart
any attempt at righting the old
wrong. They are surprised to see
the corpolrations leave ino stone tin
turned to get the complaining wit
nesses out of the way, and they are
greatly shocked by the tactics of the
eopper colttpanies who fire every matn
who dared to swear oult warrant.
flow aloutl. that jury? The corpora
tions are attending to that part, too.
Their agents are busy throughouti
(tCochise colunty. They are trying to
get a written record of all thle citi
ze.ls of the county who may be elig
ible for jury service., The citizens
are questioned as to their political
religious, and 1nion affiliations, andtt
the alnswers recorded on blank forms
printed for the purpose.
'is it possible," the Arizona La
bor Journal of June 20 askis, alarmed
'that the information th.ls gleaned
will be used before the cases go to
Anyone familiar with the condti
tions of tile sta.te of Arizona, which
is an oligarchy of a Oew copper mil
lioitaires. does not expect. anlythilng
but a farce from these isbhee trials
Ally doubt as to their outcomle has
Ibeell removed by a recent 'editoria.l ofl'
(Continued Ironm Page One.)
portion inl Cuts were grin tert. 'ul
nulnbhered 22. increases thrlI w hit,,
no change inl* comparisons we'r
limlited to one. Sonic of the vegeta
bles and fruits which have been de
prcssed( in price are onions, which
dropITped 65 cranas per houndred inr
New York and 50 cents in Chicago,;
peach's 5e centsa for carrier of six
baskets in New York. '25 -cuts in
Uliltimore and 75 cents in Chicago
Wlterinelolons and cantaloupc- lianv.
NEAR BEEDRS GIVEN
NEW LEASE ON LIFE
(Special United Press Wire.)
Washington. Aug. 13.---Near beers
were given a new lease onl life by
the senate committee which illow\\ed
alcoholized wine brewed drinks, i'
they contain liss than one-half of
one per cent alcohol and are not,
lesignated as "beer. ale or porter."
The anti-saloon league feared that.
this might make it easy to evade tho
dry laws and sought to prohibit all
beverages which resemnbled intoxi
RETURN TO WORK
(I 3pecial uitted Press %Wire.)
Chicago, Aug. 12.--With the
promise of a federal judge that the
wage disputes between the lpackers
anlld the stockyal'd workers would beI
considered today, the men returned
to work. Several thousaind workers
left their scrapers, knives and ma
chines several days ago, when 31.401
negro workers returned to work un
der police lirotectiol. in the me, an
time a wage dispute developed and
Judge Alschul4er look a hand, which
caused the stockyards labor couineil
to order the lmen to return to work.
WILL VISIT IN ITAI,'.
(Special I'nited Pre,*s "Wire.)
Paris, Aug. 12. --General Pershimug
will leave for Italy Saturday, where
lie will visit ltomne and the battle i
fields. He will start for the l'nited
States the first week il September.
Swhich is revealed I le ic tl ~e mti- s
ient of the corporati ois witl I regard i
o the deportation cases. ('oimelnt- "
ng upon the fuacl that the mtjority of
.he coimplaitning witiese::: halitve testi
fied that they were I. W\'. \V., the
paper says: "lThere til he no d is
pute that the letter ,of 'lu l:l ws ws
violated in the deportation if these i'
people. but all viol;tions of the law
ire not held by juries to he viola
Lions. A jury often finds. or thinks ti
it finds, that the law is an o tr'e- c
ion rather thai a plotect'ion: that in
certain cases thie law shituld b, set
aside. It nay find in this cisue that ;
at the time the lahtwnakers tpohibit
ed kidnaptling of citizenls. lthey knew
niothing about the t. WV. \V.. there
was no such ltitill the n: tht il. the
advent of the t. \V \'W. had to a ccr
tiill extel t lrendered the hat obso
lete; that all I. W\. W\. is not reially
a citizen anyhow, and that lite t n
not claim the protection of th law. I
Has the fact ltha:t there are two
laws in this coulltry, one for thte cip
italists andll one Ifor ilte 'workert.l, ever
been flaunted in our llace lmolre
shanmelessly? W\\hat is otu1r u ~ swerl"
Whliat is the only answer lth class
consciotts woriker Rll gi'vel when cap
italist or boulrgeois remind hiln otf
the truism that he is b:'yond thlie pale
of their society? -He will say, "'I
do inot aantl the protlection otf your
law, for you nmade the law to oppress
ine, to keep ule tangled illp forever in
the well of the spider. car.pitalisml.
But do not be surprised if Ihe op
pressed millions that you tall outlaws
arise and tl ea tlr to shltreds those laws
untler tihe cloak of whicth youl halve
beeln enslaving them1 o lon log."
Who knowsownow It in' the tday is
when the besotted llritt of Itle Re
publican's writer will realize what a
great truth lie uttered. unwillingly.
when he said, '"''he advent of Ilthe
t. W. W. hai * ' * reIdered tlhe
1aw obsolete." We had hardly ex
toectcd such apprecial ilon of the
power of our organizatliott froot tthe
collpper paper. W.Vhat ctredit to Ihe
living forces iiiheirent ini our tlIoV'
inent! Under tihe illlpact of oullr nlew
ideals the decayctd anld rotlten fab'ic
of capitalist society tumlttbles down.
it's laws become obsolete, it's order
the laughing stock of freelmon. Let
tus all realize that. this pIowerl dwelles
ill uts and thereby gain a niew ilpelltti
to our goal of industrial freedom,.
which mlllnlls aIhollishmnent of the
wage systemll antl )possssil ofui the
"'Ve have buti our chalinis to lose.
\Ve have the world to gain."
STRIKING CRAFTSMEN i
(Continued F'rolt Page One.)
octal tradetlesnl1, lnd the officers i
ay there is nothing to give oult forI' 13
Concerning tlih stiatllell.ts ill tllhe ((
Olnpllunlly press that officials of the, w
tVl.al 'l'radls had ae.epted tlh co(111- ih
roumise offer or the IiompanllV, Iel'nt-,
t.rs of theP t'lCCtriCiansl ' unlllion. w\\'h (I
t)bideld 1by theIl orders of the ol'icers ri
nd wallkd off lth job, state ' th1at
hey never Ireceived allny official a
lrders to disregard the order to in
itrike 'riday noon, consque+lUtly
bll'y claiml their action was ntlirely
regtular', and they frllth r -say thai'
IIIh offricials had no authority to acl s'
Viit the comilplromise. lbut simply ha]d h
he( Iower to rcefer the offer to ilth. ,'
1tnl h1 rship' . I
lntlil tle general strike ct onnllll lilire'
is elected anut gets ilIto action. and
nitil the publicity colinm ittee gets' i
ln the job, i1 complete report of i1
the progrless and thie details iof ti he
1trikte is illlpo sible, but after , i1 at
tihe strlike will he foumld only ini the
oluttllllls of this paper.
SENATOiS FIVOR AN i
INDOUSTRIAL CONFE[ENCE ,
W alshington,. ,Aug. 1.2.----Selltillllnt I
favoring a;1 industrial confertencle lh,- ii
tweenll caital alld labor' ias propos]eld i
n tlhe Poiindext'er-Kelly ire!olutillons
itlpears to libe gaining here. Tw1'o, .
Ilore senators. PoilierIene and HI-rri-.
o11n. have dteclar'ed themnselves ill fI'- V
'1r of sucll I cionerence.
ME llA1, MARIuIT'r.
Ne'w Tlurk. Aug. 1 2.---('opper i'
lull llland 1111 ti tled ; le trioyli( . I.
st11nll lots for spot and promptl di'- 1
livery' . 22 iii '2 C:; Septembher, lili.J- I
ual. 24c. .
lltal exchaillilnge quots lead dull; t I
hpot. $,5.40 6.0 i : Sepei11er it ;, $ .7 5.
Spelt rl'. liit. ; EaIit St. Louisi de-'
livery. snot. t7.20U 7.35; S7pt5m
ter, $7.3 (ti7.SU.
itt"lI'EI:I AND EGGS. i
('lChieat . ,\U,' I -Butter, slow I
hr; creamlery, 48 5 3c.
Eggs. steady; receipts, 1:1,13t 5
: 'lses; firsls., 4'2 P 4i I2 : 4 Ic. g
pi:lcked. firsts. 1 -1 . H 44c.
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(Continueod From Page One.)
cagXue of naltions and p1;rtii(.ll yl'tl
le0 draft or form preplared or lpe
ented by the collllissionerl's of tihe
'nicted States. Thr'1 ar'' t, 1no formal
lrnfls in lmly p1os'sessi1on except that
)rsl'ented by thei Amerl'i(nl (.Oll is
[ioners and Ithis I talt lte p),ienllt I On
'loing along with tihe ftorma'lll repor1
4tf tIhe com0issiii iOI o)th the league of
"You also ak I for altl pr o'edings
Lrgllnllets andil deba'l ts, includinlg ;1
rllnscript of ilti s'tonogral hic rl' '
OtIts of thell) peCe('1 ('collllliissionll r'elit
ng to or concrninlg .1 leiagut oi nt,
ions (or tile leagues of nal ions finally
Clptled and all data Ihering o1n o4r
sdct in collnnectioni with thi trel'Oaty
If pe(ace witlh G'lermany now ponlid
ng. No stNenoltgl'raplhic 1por1111 were\
aken of lthe dethbates on the leagllue
if nations and such ImneiorauduO
wire takn(O11 . i wasi aigreed,. should be141
outidelltial. lhe l'lNreason for guard-l
rig as c4olnfidential intimate e('x
::hl1ges of opin'ion with regard to
liany d(,linlt (I matters will. of
cullrse,. occuIr to you and I 1'g to isay
that 1 o1t following the' examp1le (of
IIl '(,lrepre'senltaliv4es o( f other gov(einl
e t110111s in malllllking this explination."
TheI American Iplan provided ifor
an1 "14 ex1 c tive concll cil" similar to tile'
"council" of the final novn'lant and
n "body of delegates" similar to (the
"assemblly." lusteald of requiringll
that decisions of tlhe cutncil should
he Iby un11animouIIs vote. .however, it
was prl'ovided that any t'4hree llations
cou'ild veto n dec:isi)l.
istering weals, utiols was embodied
in tlhe Anericr!n proposa8 l a4l(d it p1o'o
vidi'd tIlh t registroll il n 1411 (1 LI publiai -
Lion of all ttreaties b eff(cted. Tll
execut'4 ive coun11 cil is madetl of IhI1e glreat
powoe's aid a lessor number of small
1or ations, while tchliember wolIlii Illldl
be1 rlprll se lted in the 4 bo1 dy oif dole
gal4.4ts as under the filnal wvnullt.ll
' 1Whereas, Ih le selectilon o1f th11
smaller nations rlepresentdl- in tlhe
lluncil is to bll' miiade by election of 1
lthe issemnbly under the covenant as
cont( nli ltled, the Americal plhli
proposed that htey ho "drawn in an
Inal rotatiolln fromi two pa;nl(.s, ono
of which shall le ll ltdo i1ii of thell
ri'lilpre t11 iv'88 1 of I he states uii l'lllkingll
next a'fter the grt powgers :ad the t
other oif the representatillg illives of Ili
Iiinor states, l u' 1 'll i n llumber (hing
drawn f'rom thI sell pail o ls ias will he
billt ie lte tlhan the r l'epresentailltive's'
oif thile grlIet Ipowers.'
Instead of havin'g Ii Oese, (lly
4 ppo Illed d ilel I o e' iI '1h nation
would he represenltled in the body ofl'
delegatels bly its anmb ,ssad)ors or inil
ister resident il t tfIthe set gov iernment
\Iwhere the meeIlltigs were'o held.
In virt alllly the solllt Il guage as
the final covenult the draft would
give the leagne power to inko ilny al
lion dcleileld wise and tl e ffect:ual ol l
fIII(4 gu rd ''t i illtIC "w (41 ally IwaIr ll"
threat of walr'" anose. l'i'h 41 (hIoy of
dolegates would be emplowered "to
discuss either publicly or plrivallly
ts it may dei tl hort ally illadeit'
lying withih l rlho field of actiont of
the Lea gl of Nations or any u1ait
tr likely to affect the peace' tof he
worild. Ilosor to wilr would be Iro
hibited pending arbitration. i
Like the coveinal adoptedi , IhI(
draft woulh etipower the council 10
ric, lnitend what n ilitanty 1r naval
force " h11( l mlllt ,'rs ( IIo h If lgilne
ishall severally ntribule" to deal
wilh l t covenant breaker.
1itit i s lii g I hit it Wt ilsttinll ii I
lured that "by general lihriases." the
resident had roused aspirat ions
ahihh it is incllaplable' of salisfyin.." 1
"From his propaganda," said linu
tor IPinllextler. "lthe c'uoiniii siisi
eliniid iinider threal of r.volltioll
hi/l. the railroads hr given al publi "
x e]lnse into the possession nl Hill] t t- m
.g.nllnt of operaltilves and empi' loyIs. o i
"It is as lho gh thlie prlsiehlin.t ]lhn
iceived lthe' world us a [toy (and pro-If
Illcod d to taket i iit iap rt it order 1so n p tlii'
as declartied ilo l d of the old oiitl'
Ise sulbstitlllte for it the inew dis
iHenator lI l'oi dexi er s; id 1 pil rel si i
lent ad tlnrosplissedt oil i Iho coih stilti- I
tonal powers of rioigres.:, neglected Il
is du ties in do -estie ;flll'airs andii
saind his infliuenie "io trespaiss uponi
lndependent jurisditi tiii of the states .
If California and I'lal by atte.lpl
ng to iiinterfere with lt he iour' of
sl.tice i ln those states."
"The iconlstitution vest:: ill colgriess
xiliSive iintrol of foireigi I radle."
Hid S1enator l'oilndlxcier. "'The plresi
illent has enteredltl'd intllto i cotplllll)il lt
vlinielby the sltperivisionI of thl t'ide
if the Itnit'd Sitates, ill munitions o1'
atr slull be vested i iit a leagueg of,
"TheO constitutionii vests ill conlgress I
inlliited power do raise and sap
tort armies' and 'to provide land
naintain a nalivy.' 'Tle presildenlt ihas
eigoltialed ia :otvenaniiit whlereb.,vy when
lit status of the arl y aind navil y h;.si
teenl lixed lt e ai e n('nIuotl ill
easedi without the pien'issioten of
he league of nations.
'He has altemlpted (to set t11p "i
the government of the . ' ,led ,;,tle:.,
Ailt distnllct fromi the foreign pow '.re
tf its own, and Ihs lagreed ihi artichl'
it of its constii tion 11it t the I' nit
'd States siell IlIe sl, jjectl to its coil
ititution shoulld lthe United ateSii,
lieclare war i ollnit ry i4) its Idecrees.
Candidates for Office
Montana Federation of Labor
SILVER BOW TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL L
HELENA TRADES COUNCIL ' 7
CASCADE TRADES AND LABOR ASSEMBLY
AND VARIOUS LOCAL BODIES.
For President-Steve Ely, Sand Coulee, Mont.
For Vice President--J. C. Whiteley, Butte, Mont.
For Secretary-Treasurer-J. T. Taylor, Lehigh, Mont.
For Executive Board Member, Cascade District-Charles
Heximer, Great Falls, Mont.
IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT
BULLETIN WANT ADS
1 CENT A WORD D * N oAD 15 CENTS
SC IN ADVANCE LESS THAN 1
IALE HELP WANTED'
VANTED--Ambitious men to pre
pure for promotion. Apply In
ernational Correspondence School, A
asement, No. 1 \West Broadway.
lRE YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED?
A few treatments of CIIIROPRAC
'1C will relieve you. At any rate i
ive it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
he operation. See Flora W. Emery,
toon 9, Silver Bow block. 4
'WVO lhltcer proslpectors to t~ike iii
ter'I': in fillo Ill ('icl"er ;lii , o'lllinllllg
1 a cubie yard. Call tl. 7206.i Stat
Lt, l tto, Mont.
SITUATION WANTED ,
1OS1'I'ION us waitre,1s in mlini;ng
CimbI , or coOk oI I ii : itranch. M iss
\. (.allaghor. (l1 (U ali a(e.
S -- r
EWELRY and second-hand cloth.
Ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
)tfice, 11 S. Wyoming street.
b'Olt ALI-,ALF'A flAY, write' or wire.
Stiowart (',hburn, Valkinma, Wash.
i-RIIOMI houset with furniture. 1408
Je'fferJ;so st.. phone 5775-J.
\ BIUNT'll of k'eys. el 1h101 and tpay 1
for Itcls sid at the llumletin office. 0
(I.otllilluied I'1o11 lPage On() .)
rul m. , ·i1e I it %Viou dll(dI t( heIIiIi Ih'l |
llice s upllllltdel rs of renictioln.
The reported si leesses of Admliral
olll c a jelli l al)llk o.
MIachinists' Helpers, Notice
e:ichinis:l; ' heilpri r will m..elt Io
o Irro w mlo r'n i g " ( ,' e d n ,. ld; y ) h e -
v en !1 and 10 I - 0ul'r ntori .'Inion
tall. Jll'usi i'h:i relatiei tIo thi strikle.e
T'. N. I)(NNI l IY.
DANIELS & BILBOA
TTUndertakers and4 l Inllllm0ihlll1ers
12.3 E.nidt P1'or SI.. Ilutte. I'honle 383
Residenca'e Phone 4317-W.
Auto andlll Carriage Eqipmenlt.
DllAI'll I NOiT ('i .
JI'lch --T'1t5 11 1. 00lfs of I hio lat
)Osilr ltescl , IgIe 4I years, wh li diedii
this llorling. an- at I)tugg0in. iui
del'tai king pei rlur , FiiIl'' I .a ll -
nouI.nctem nt lath r.
Reliable Illnlertakur and Elintimlalte; I
322 North l Maiu Street
)ISCH \IIGEDI SOLII)IER BIOY wants
)position as expecriellced chauffeur;
gill go to small tovwn or country.
tlddress C(halffellr, care Bulletin.
)EISIIAIILIE, modern rooms, all out
side; every conlvenience; rates rea
natble. 419 W. Galena. Phone
lURN IS1IEl) room with private fant
ily. Phlone and modern coniven
oivces. 14 '. Jaclkson.
'IVE THOUSAND WORKEIRS
wanted to buy $15 worth of stock
I The Bulletin Publishing Co.
RIVATEI, garage, will hold from one
to four machines; $10 per month.
nuuire 281 , E. Park st., phone
P1TOliE 1t00:11. GOOD LOCATION
for a sm., ll uhon siness. 11 Ua
S('IHANI)1 I Six touring car; 1
Hudtlson b'lor touring car, 1 Max
vll F.our roadster; all in good con
litioi. Excelsior garage, 836 W. Ga
TIDDNBIAEER ROIADSTEIR, newly
olverhaiuled. Price $350. 1917
'lhvtlanl d l ve., Daly addition.
SA V \E your own water system.
Wells drilled on tlh flat. Water
1 raintteed. 1Phone 3675-1M.
MONEY TO LOAN
;ET YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent on
diamonds, watches, jewelry, Lib
rty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairs
loweler. Two entrances-Main and
MONEY LOANED on diamonds,
watclhes, jewelry anld Liberty bonds
it a riasonabll e Irl te of ilterlest. The
(lid Reliable. I Sinton, 21 N. Main
AVE your children's hair out at
E. J. Swaldner's barber shop,
33'A W. Broadway
second Hand Goods Bought
IGIIEST prices paid for second
hand clothing, shoes, tools, jew
elry, etc. New and second hand
goods for sale. Globe New and
Second Hand Store. Phone il40-J.
4 South Wyoming.
What is Chiropractic? Newest and
reatest science for removing the
,use of disease. Dr. J. 1). Long and
Wr. B. W. Long, 126 Pennsylvania
1uilding. Phone 4077-W.
'IIAT old hat--Make it look like
new at the Nifty Hat Shop, 86%
ast Park St.
:XPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
pressmen when you want them.
VANTED to buy, second-hand fur
niture and stoves. Union Fu'rnt
mre Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone
I(GHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
I,g, shoes. hats, trunks. tools.
3LEANERS AND DYERS
4MERHI('N Dyeing & Cleasttn Wk&
1341 Harrison sve. Phone 1UL.