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Eet F sizzlin with life.ourl
eishing cereals and hops.
Satisfies! The real, true flavor.
t our nearest softdrink store-try it and see how quickly you
and Exelso will take to each other.
G /s/,in' St. Paul , Minn.
The hearty drinkS. Arizon, the friendly 612.
drink for all real people. N
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AIRU1 AM JJLuLL VA I LdILI)
(Continued From Page One.)
IMEr QUIT WOJIK.
Billings. Sept. 4.----llacking up
their demands for anl increase of
,q1 50 per day, which would give
them a scale of $8 per day, llenl
bt:rs ot te palutteIs'. pap!orangrll s'
and tlecoiat Ol'S' unionl yesletday
sloped work. About 50l men ire
affected. The ac'tion Iollow( d a
similar move of the carpenteirs, wvio
atked that their wages be incvreased
from $7 to $9 per day.
NEW WAGE h('AIF.
San Francisco. rept. 4.--The pro
posed new wage s'ale for t~he 150,
(100 shipyard 0workers on the Pacific
coast. which inc(reases jourlleylllmen
from $6.50 to $7.04 and apprenttces
from $4.10 to $4.80 a day will be
accepted by an overwhelming vote,
according to all announcement here
today by IH. M. I:urton, president of
the San Francisco Iron Trades coul-
cil. All but one of the 27 uniona
affiliated with the councIil at.ccspred
the new offer. IInno't:. announced.
The proposed t'gr'llileelet will be
co.me operatile Oct. 1.
SHIOPMEN V'OTE NO.
(Special United Press Wire. I
Washington, Sept. 4.---The rail
road shopmen voted overwhelmin!gly
to reject President Wilson's pro1posal
NOTICE OF ANNUiAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholdors
of the Montana Silver-Copper Min
ing company will be held at the
LrIgget hotel. fPutte. Mont., on the
11th day of Septentoer, 1919. at the
hour of 7:30 p. in.. for the election
otf directors to t-erve for theI enlsuing
year and for thIe transacrtiotn 0of suchl
other business as may properly COlle
before the meeting.
E. R. TURK.
607 Ceader street,
Wallace. Idaho. Adv.
(First publication Aug. 11, 1931S9.
SDOINGS OF THE VA
t HAVENT SEEN 1 WOULD I.! k6 TF+ CAN'T FOOD PAN 4WA' MAI. SE
THAT DEPLTh AROUND To S MR. E PA! l COOL- 'THT FEALL-wSEJ
SILLW AS A. owED ni
tERE- 1oR QUITE VAN L-00
r A wl}IL6,I" AM z9 1F WAS AF= P,.' FN R. AND wA
'iT tT rY~ El4 3W S A ~ ~ IYni
j ?o TRULS fl T TO BVT / 1R ONF_ OF TJ405E DLLOAL S ture
BE CAREPI NoT T0o WART AEL's-cK 3. WIiBUR FOi. 01/ , 2788
ADMIT ANY OTt}ERS IsN DE ETECT VES,~ BROWNE! A- YF.ýR.
-THAT MIGHT BE IN' H ita
= 41 CL
SEN- f}ERE N MIS C
iso vol ote to leave the strike inst.
er ill the hands of thlir nalional of
'iclrs. 'The rail\way deplartnment of
1O Fedioration of Iator anuololnrced
he vote. Il
'Il'Te vole was 225.0o0i to 25,(000
o reject the four-ceni increase, it
a ntlo inic.ti(d. "There will be no 1
imnedliate strike," said President fi
Ryan, of the shopnmen's uinion. "''e .t
•ill gire the governlm'!nt a reason- of
lle time ila which to show results .c
n its alitemlnp to lower living costs. t1
Oroville. Cal.. Sept. 4.-Fifteen il
itundiled men emnployed by the Cari- ,'
ou & Pltla eville I ,lanlts of the \l
i 1'at Western PoWet companyl 1,
aw.re eone on a strike fcr the eight- el
iour iday. cl
T'I ' .Ti.N I) ,1Ti P N. 1
'Special United 'Pri'es Wire.) t
Mpxico City. Sept. 1 .--The entire
rorce of the \Mexico C'ity Electric sH
onlla•ptny. operating th' street rnil- I:
an ys. water and light plants DP
hreatens to strike because five of'i it
hle lAmerican employ 's who have 5w
ield responsible positions for many et
t'als \it're dischalmrged without. rea- 0:
oii. tlritishl interesls own the coin- a1
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DEMANOD EIHT HOURS i
Paris, Frlance.- Farm labor'ers a.reI
1p in arms over tIle refusllal of thei
l'ench pialliamenlt to intcllde theml
!1 the recently-enatted eight-hour
law. These workers charge that the
gover'nnient listened to the organ
ied farm owners, who insist that an
tight-houl da y is "implracica bile."
The falrmn laborers are now extenld.
ing their organization and will apply a '
liie sliortea" work day, r'egardlless ofeli
he lacw. Other demands include a a
iminimunl wage. weekly rest day and a
ilPepectioll of labor and hygielce oIn
"In order to secure suffirient farmi
anlo),. thlie farutlerl' nmltt rlaise wages
i, the equivalent of that paid the in
'usti ial workers. ' runs tile nlani
eesto of the Agricultural Workers' ti
Federation. "''The application of the a
'gillt-hour day to agriculture will it
not rediuce the output.. since it pre- fi
eupposes limore scienltific production a
and the use of farm machinery."
L11I LUUIThIL i
(Continuld From Page One.) 1 $
;onths ago. ifir
This generosity with the public t
ioney when a discredited police of-
c- Ilakes iu demand is in striking
'ntrast, accorl'ing to the comment
f persons in the -udience last. night.
Sthe recent. acc ion ,t' the council: at
Srefusi:ig to pay tlhe. back wages i1
f Officer Nicholas Al. Colubin, after sid
it ditslict court had pproved( his (It
luint alu ordired it paid. Nicholas di
1. Goluhin, of coitrse, has never
.en ronvicted of a felony or rip
barged with one. His teputation is'fig
lean. and his back pay for the time
lat he hald been illegally prevented l
1cmll working on the force was al- th
awed ny the disict ri lurt. th
Now Ithe ilt counc;l has pill it- ei
elf in the position of ap)proving the il
apenditure of a larg. sum of the
eople's mloney in orIder to attempti r
beat an honest officer out of the de
'ages grarted him by the district tie
oulit. That is, they lnavte aDroved t,
f resorting to the ;lltremne coirltt dl
lid all the i1nvolved lnd expensive. d
rocesses of legal maculnery in t he .w
ttenmpt to defeat the claim of Go- tdoi
itin. And they have made a free er
ift of'$80O to Philip Prlja to aid or
i, in eseaping the penitentiary. at
(Continued from Page One.)
man named Jonesl, had scabbed at
le of the mines by performing elec
rician's work, was received. Juroes
ntered a general denial of the m
ilrgc anti a special commnittee Was e1'
tpointed to investigate. ,the matter er
nd to report at a later meeting. tr
(Continued From Page One.) W'
n it on the part of the federal gov- iz
irnlnent, would be very delightful, lit
f it were not for tile fact that-the
oderal government is the only ti
.gency which is able to cope with tIl
bis revolutionary movement." !m
CHICAGO MARKETS. hea
GRAIN AND PI'IO() lNIONs.-.
Chicago, Sept. 4. --I)rastic sl- 17.
cks in the value otf corn took place tii 1
day largely as a result of asset- $6.
ns which received widlespread no nor
e that the crest of the high cost -al
living had been passed and that $7.
considerable drop was in prospect. $t1
ter .an extreme Ilbrak that. conm. 9
red with yesterday's finish. reached id 1
,2c a bushel in some cases. tie matr
tt closed nervous. 2c to 55 c net fir
wer, with Septemlenl at $1.67 t1 $12
.6714 and December at $1.31 ' $7.
$1.31%. Oats finished asc to 7'ie
iwn, and provisionIs unclihanged ito ha
loss of $1.02. 1o
New levels for the .eason wort
ached by the December and May
liveries of corn. The new roe
-ds showed that prices for the two 8
onths named had depreciated about
per cent dalring the last few to
seks. Lack of suppolllrt. rathert than he
Igressive selling, was responsible um
r tile intensified weakness today. we
was pointed out ill this connection so.
at a nearly nninterrupted advance
seven months had preceded the
Oats' were held relatively steady an
sing to a moderate- ( d nllllld f'rom lto
Provisions, like corn, were de
essed by current sliteltoents flrolll
Iluential sources that foodstuffs
.re to decline.
Corn---No. 2 mtixed, $firstname.lastname@example.org;
o. 2 yellow. $1.721/ @ 1.77. com
Oats--No. 2 while, 70 I 7114 c; e
o. 3 white. 67 1, i 72c. ha2
Rye-No. 2, $1.35 1f $1.40'. t.
Barley--$1.27 ( 1. .:8s.
Timothy-$9, t 11.
Clover-Nomlinal. 1. t
lRibs-$21.25 6 22.25. 14
Butter, Eggs and Poultr.ll 1
Ilhtter-Higher; creantery. 49~ e
Eggs-Higher. Receipts, 18,909
uses. Firsts, 4 3i G 44c; ordinary
lsts, 38 39c; it mnltak. castes ill
utied, 38 @ 43e; storage packed
'sts, 45@45½1c. ta
Poultry--lnsettled. Alive, springs.
8 ½c; fowls, ::I c.-.
MINNEAPOIIN GltAI StN.
Minneapolis. Sept. 4.. W-lhalt ---
eceipts 455 cars. comllllpared with 66(
irs a year ago.
No. 1 nortlheln, $2.301ii2.5(0.
t'orn---No. 3 yellow. $1.6t A 1.67.
Outs-No. 3 white. i14..l . ( 67(e.
Flax-. -$5.46 1 5.48·.
Barley-$1.07 8 1.31. at
Rye- No. 2, $1.:S ts.
Chicago, Sept. 4.--IHogs--Iteteipts
1,000; mnarket steady with yester
ay's close. Heavy, $17.50 119.50;
tedium, $185020; light, $19 @ Oc
0.25; light light, $18.501 t 1 .511;
eavy packing souws, smooth, $16.25 7.
) 17.25; packing sows. roughl.
15.50et16.25; pigs, $165 0@ 18.75.
Cat tie-Receipts. 11,000. MIarkel
irln. Beef steers, medium and $1
Ti I IPT0fl T"l CTIPV il'
I L' . U I UlJ i U 011UR l p.
New York. -- Samuel Unterlmyer,.
orney for strikiug actors, has not
ed the strikers that if they con
,er any settlement that does not ini
Ide recognition of their organliza
i they are defeated.
"If you now surrender your just
lht to recognition," he says, "your
,ht is lost."
Mlr. Unternlyer is one of America's
remost lawyers. Although he is
erested in buildings now used as I
eaiters which have been tied up iy the
e strike, lie is serving as counsel :'
r the strikers with the understand- ple
g that he shall rereive no fee. red
A feature of the strike was a pa- wil
de of actors and actresses, led by a
legation of actors, who have just
en discharged front the army. 'The
lrchers were confronted by a our
encthing rain. but this did not lihe
nmpen their enthusiasm. In the line ccn
,re Amnericas famous players, a slat
legation of British actors and sev- to
al hundred chorus girls who have bie
ganized and who are now an affili- (Si
e of the Actors' Equity association.
he strikers curried a list of i3 plays
the boards or in rehearsals that
NEWS FROM GERMANY 1
Dantzig, Germany - The work
en's councils here threatened a gen
al strike if the Scheidemann gov
nment delayed signing the peace 11
Nurembnirg, Germany.-Fear that rec
e immediate and complete social- ret
ation of industry would lead to civil chi
ur, such as Russia has experienced, bt;
as expressed in the debate on social- i
ation at the trade union congress
ld 'in this city.
In sPeupint io democratize produc
on the congress adopted a resolu- Re
on demanding that in all establish
ents employing 20 or more work
avy weight, choice and prime, $16
1i; medium and good, $11.5001)
common. $9.50 @ 11.50; light
ight, good and choice, $13.75@
.75: common and medium, $9.25
13.501; butcher cattle, heifers,
.email@example.com; cows. $6.65@13; can
rs and cutters. $5.6586i.65; veal
Ives, $ 19.25@ 20.50; feeder steers,
.25 @12.75: stocker steers, $6.75
10.25; western range, beef steers.
@)15.75; cows and heifers, $6.75
Sheep----Receipts. 32.000. Market
im. Lambs, 84 pounds down.
2.25@ ii15.25; culls and commono
.75 @ 11.75; yearling wethers. $10
1 ; ewes, miedium, good and
oice. $firstname.lastname@example.org; culls and com
n. $2.50 " 6.50. F
Omaha, Sept. 4.- logs----Receipts, F
800. Market generally, 25@75ci,
gh er: litght hogs. andvancing most; F
p, $19.25. 13ulk. $17.50 @18.50;
'avy weight. $17.75 (p 18.50; medi
n weight. $18.50 i 19.25; light
sight. $18St18.75; heavy packing
ws. smooth, $17.35~i' 17.75; pa.ck
g sows, rought, $170 17.15; pigs,
Cattlle- Receipts. 8,800. Beef
id butcher stock, s low, steady;
ockers and feeders, 25c lower;
ef sieers, medium and heavy
sight, choice and prime, $16 @c 18;
edimut andl good, $11.50 f 16; conm
on. $10.25@1]1.50; light weight,
iod and choice, $15.50 (i1S; com
on and medium. $10.755815.50;
itcher cattle, heifers. $7.25 1i)13;
ws, $7.25 @7.50; canners and cut
's, $51@7.:15; veal calves, light and
indy weight. $12.25 (5 14; feeder
er's,. $7 i' 13.'25; stocker steers, $7
Sheep--Receipts, 40,000. Opening
rong to 25e higher on fat lambs
id sheen; feeders. fully slo.dyv"
nibs, 84 pounds down, $12.25@ WA
4.25; culls and commllon. $7.25)
; yearling wethers, $email@example.com; teri
1es. medium and choice. $6.25(i bas
75; culls and common, $2.75@6.
Now York, Sept. 4.--Mercantile TIC
ier, . @ 5 /t t2per cent. give
Sterling- -D)emand,. 418 /; cables, the
Era nes - Dloeand, 81.8; cables.
IOuilders.-eal)tmnd. :37 ; cables,
l.ire )einmand, 962: eahles. 9510. tA
Mltarls Demnand, 4 % ; anbles, .
'Time loti!s easier; all dlates, 6 per
Call tioney, easy; high, 6 per cent:;
w. 5 per cent; ruling rate, 6 per 1(
ant: closing hiid, 5 per cent; offered TO
5 1/2 pe' cent; last. loan, 5 per cent.
METAI, MAIIKET. sel
New York, Sept. 4.---Copper firm. get
lectrolyl ic, spot and Seplomber, drl
:l/23 @24e; October, 24e. Small lot.s cn
f second hanld, labout Ia ent less.
Ir'on steady: unllchanged.
Lead, easy. Spot, firstname.lastname@example.org;
-ctoter, 5.60 @ 6Pe.
Spelt er, firmer. Spot. '.406( le
.GOce; October, email@example.com.
lBAR SILVEII. FI
New York. Sept. 4. 11ar silver,,
1.1,1/,. Mexican dollars, SG6%ct. itll
r. worleman'Sll councils. freely (!hos
shlil be electedl to miee wTn ito,
)resentatives of the employers and
Ilk out a systenm of produoction in Vl(
tformity with "democratic prin-i
tes." This plan is mnuclh the sa te na
the one proposed by the govern- 40
slit . 1"olt
UNDERTAKERS 1in M
__- --- - ;CLI
-elhl efe- The aIrrllanFPl..n t s for
funeral of IIirnm Pelletto, age
years, hlate not y:t been colll
ted, ptnding instrutio ns froci
atives. Funeral announceienti
I appear in later papers.
('ARDI OF TIIHNK. .. 2:4
'e take this moans of t hanking =
i' nlilny frienlds and eigbllhors for
ir kindnless towarTd its in the re
it illness and de ath of oul Ibeloverd LIT
ughter andt sister. WVe also wisht t
thank those who seCLt the ,many
autiful floral offerings.
igndt t Al It. and M llS. ZOLAIGE I
and FAMILY. i1
DANIELS & BILBOA ,i
Undertakers and Embalmers
5 East Park St., Butte. Phone 388
Residenee Phone 43817-W.
Auto and Carriage Equipment. GN
I)EATH NOTICE. ertI
Donovan-Andrew D)onovan, age IBro
years. died this m3rning. The' -
neral will take placD Saturday MO
arninlg at 9 o'clock at the fam ily "
sidtenae, ]24 East Center street, at t
ar. proceeding to St. lawrence Old
irlli where mass wil, he (el-i St.
ited ,it !9:30 o'clock. Internllent
the Ioly Cross cemetery.
LARRY DUGGAN i..
eliable Undertaker and Embalmer lFO1
822 North Main Street i
Phone 770. 794
i keeps up Father mad
Candidates for O fice
'Iontana Federation of Labor
SILVER BOW TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL
HELENA TRADES COUNCIL
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
CENTA WORD NO AD 1 CT
1 CTIN ADVANCE LESS THAN 15 CENTS
t n s rrtT 1[ TItA kTrp ., PI . .. AT
.NTED-Ambitious men to pre- FOX
tre for promotion. Apply In- ac
national Correspondence School, the
ement, No. 1 West Broadway. silve
E YOU SICK OR CRIPPLED? the 1
few treatments of CHIROPRAC- Mrs.
will relieve you. At any rate east
ait a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid
operation. See Flora W. Emery, FI V
im 9, Silver Bow block. fi:
ITUATION WANTED term
It)ENTEIt WORK I)ONE.. -ity
lay or job. Call phone No. W
AGENTS WANTED e
REPRIESENT the Marmorale's Offit
idustrial Manufactory. Great op
tunily for lady or gentlemen to VO'
toilet articles. Send $1 5 and
complete agency outfit. Ad- able
ss Rlocco Marmorale. Box 78 Lo
t Valley, L. 1., New York.
I)ERN, OUTSIIIDE ROOMS; every i
convenriernce; also 3-rooml house
ping flat.. Iates reasonable. 419
KNISIIEI) room with pIriv'ate fanm
ly. hlioiine and inodern conven- BAI
tes. 14 S. Jackson.
FOR RENT w
I VATl'E garage, will hold fromt one Fl
to four machinaet; $10 per month
luire 28 t E. Park st.. phone 5Ff
Itlt-roorns ((illta e, Il:o furnin hed2id
Oomins. 107 V. (iQuartz HI., heir
iSAN bIdroolll, ]trivlte entriance: CUOiF
$8 per intei t. 119 E. Ilroadway, hi
IVATE garage. Call 4958-11.
LOMASON ItlOS., Sewer Contrae- Put
lors. All kinds of excavating. 4(17
47 Florence ave. Phone 30913-WO'. -
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P'LE BIOY TO CAREl FOR. E
Phone 5775-J. 133
Ii TH')OIIUSA Nrl WORal.lR
wanted to buy $5 worth of stoc
The Bulletin PubllIhing (7o. HIC
MONEY TO LOAN e
T YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent or
diamonds, watches, Jewelry, Lib
y bonds. Mose Linz, Upstalr
weler. Two entrances-Main and
)NEY LOANED on diamonds. gret
watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds caul
a reasonable rate of interest. The Dr.
d Reliable. 1 Simon, 21 N. Main Butt
FOR SALE n
)RD runabout in good condition.
just overhauled; cbcap. Phone
y as well give upI. Phn
Mining Claim, pirtent 6.829,
re surtdae and mninmal rights to
full claim, which has gold and
r bearing; an assay taken from
the surface went over $40 to
Lon in gold. For particulars see
Mary I-lahn at her home, just
of Timber Butte mine.
E-room frame house, all newly
oed inside, sewer and sidewalk,
aid, big shades; cash, $900; on
Is, $1,000. 1026 S. Gaylord,
SAIAE cheap, two houses In
alkerville, one 11 rooms and one
roms. Inquire 210 Toboggan
'ELRY and second-hand cloth
g for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan
:e, 11 8. Wyoming street.
11 rooms of furniture, horse
agon and harness; price reason
Ic(:ar 1114 ', S. Arizona.
' Hi O N I Z E Towey's Grocery.
verything reasonable. 49 W.
IIACTICE piano in good condi
on, very reasonbl l Telephone
Slrge, modtlern furnished house
i'l)ing room. :37 P. Mercury.
1Y IIUGOY in good condition.
pstaits, 7021/2 E. Broadway.
NITI'tIRE of four rooms. 1101 S.
ONI)-HAND FURNITURE AND
uges. City Furniture Exchange,
E. Park street. Phone 6459-W.
0G; $1.50 per room. 6458-W
?fore 9 a. inm.
lIT ANI) DAY SCAVENGERS
or city and county-Vaults and
pools a specialty. Perry &
m. 1037 Maryland avenue. Phone
(E your children's hair cut at
J. Swaldner's barber shop,
3% W. Broadway.
:ond Hand Goods Bought
HIEST prices paid for second
and clothing, shoes, tools, Jew
Iry. etc. New and second hand
oods for sale. Globe New and
scond Hand Store. Phone 5140-J.
That is Chiropractic? Newest and
ttest science for removing the
se of disease. Dr. J. D. Long and
B. W. Long, 126 Pennsylvania
Iding. Phone 4077-W.
QT old hat-Make it look like
ow at the Nifty Hat Shop, 863
t Park St.
PRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex
ressmen when you want them.
NTED to buy, second-hand fur
iture and stoves. Union Furnl
Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone
IHEST PRICE paid for old cloth
ig, shoes,, hats, trunks. tools.
.EANERS AND DYERS
ERIT'AN Dyeing & Cleaning Wts.
•t41 Harr'inn -ve Phnno 151
1ANING. pressing and repairing.
V. F. Van Weel, 843 Utah ave.
DAME GUY, spiritualist, meets
very Sunday, Tuesday. Friday at
E. Granite, downstairs.