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IMMEDIATE
You'll find no dilly-dally
ing indulged in by this bank
(n any malter .f your COn
cern.
Should you want a loan.
we'll quickly tell you
whclher or o1o we can acon
sider making it, and on
what terms.
l'iroipinlll es in con illn g to
a ldcisiou is one feantl re of
our servt'ife th;at lC(i lple lik ,'.
Ce do 10ot fear i 11h loss
of a custollmer tllir iugh
frlanknelss, for. 5s aI Irle
any than lpr'e.frs open, di
rect dealing, rat3 1r t illan
e.VlsiveI anld uncertainll (con
tracts.
I i tref r) " 1(50 no tim e in
d ,f1 f 1 Ifg w ith IIf f 'If s l fny
(Iolt- c.t finance where
this bank might Ie of Ihelp.
Put it uip to I .l f 11(nl get
the limlfte I of off y mlr mind.
Auld 1r I'Ille Ffer, Ill YO1Ie 11
IBrus. lankerf , will kIeP11
111fi( ltire faI Is inl c(onfi
11.,(0 f 0 111f 11{1 flf f 1;f h
fl (e I11ll mattc.(11 th
our P 'er ('('at Paid on SNay
1ing ' .1c")n(~nt' a ( ('rtifi
c'atcs oif )ecpo,it.
!hi;
CAPITAL $i, ( C t :
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
Spokane
Cafe
17 S. MAIN.
Clcan, Pleasant, Cool.
(tll 111111 Ia 11
l ()l' 111" I li ul ' Il
\ ( tlc I() l rlc ' iIIItll' ('iI\y
$3.50 Ifl1i 1lj.
SAM & JOHN KENOFFEL
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
• LAM B RO S
POOL HALL
"W'here Good Fellows Meet"
42 E. Park St.
Over People's Theater
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
TRAIN OF
DEATH
r(l lrintleI f'rom Ihe
RED CROSS MAGAZINE
I iiitlle I l erI s. ) ( 0 litle
3 Cents a Copy
E. T. FENTON,
Everett, Wash.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN lIULLETIN
SHAMROCK
CAFE
9 No. Arizona St.
THlE MINEIRS' HIOME.
\Ve make a specialty of lunches
foi mniners and others. Trli best
of ever'yth.iing at greatly redhluced
prices.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN.
THE SCANDIA
316 East Park, Anaconda.
| tPool, ice cream, soft drinks of all
kinds, good assortment of cigars,
higarl-ttes, tobacco and candy.
American Cafe
225 EAST I'PAIIK ST.
We Will Serve You Right
I'leasant and Clean
PHILIPSBURG AND
ANACONDA STAGE
I.eaves Anaconda every evening
e1n arrival of train from Butte at
S in m.. arriving at Philipsburg
al 7:30 p. n. WV. BELLM, Prop.
THE BUTTE BULLETIN
Is Sold at
liennecke's Ice Cream Parlor
4%2 lEat.t P:k St. Anac.onda
Flight of Nancies Told by Painter
By W. R It 1ArGRAVES
(Staff Correspondent United Press.)
New York. June 28.---The asoctia
tion of art witc the business of fly
ing was revealed in a striking man
nor during thei recent flight of three
Utnited State s t'ivy seaplanes across
the Atlantic. AltIhough official gov
irnllment motin ti-pict ure men werel
senl to the Azores on the tender M1e1
ville to ptl'lpeiuate on celluloidt the
scenes attendantI upon the flight, gov
(rnmtent off'i.i;lcs detelrminedl to hIave
pl'est'rved ev'ery det;ail, so senit a
irinter in oils.
The objhuli of this was to hlave'
cvtury possib(le record (of cli!natic con
dition, atmospheric ctffc't:; andtl cloud
t.dl sea vilwi faithfully portraityed in
color. 'Tl'he. ' condilit i!s. it is said,
alllnot t1i IS accutrately depicted by
ceinlunttiliraph'rs as in oils.
IiPieut allalltl C '. I ut. 1tuti . -. S. N ..
v'. the rtist chlosen fuir this work.
is p. tintl g of aerial actlivity on the
car fronts in Eurlp. 'tcentl!y were
exhibitd ait the aeronaultical expo
:ilon at Atlantic ('ity and won gen
(,r(,us praise fort their fidelity and
l lon. IIutltin is a practical
:.vi:. t'.r, having f f olow fur several
ý(alll'S and been illnstructor in aviation
u t one of 'It largest aviationt schools.
Ti'l'hus his laintings of airplanes and
stlp!illuos ;t're true in dletail in what
evetr pisititon o(r 'ontdition a pIlane il
his ;i pi'ltre 1m1a7y ter.
'lThirteen paintinigs vwere irouighl
hba k by hi l on tin ll h M e1lville. and w il
GREAT FALLS FOR
MOONEY STRIKE
The following Great Falls unions
have voted in favor of striking
to free Thomas Mooney, the
figures denoting the percentages
of nllelllttership who voted to
strike:
Plat sterers ......................... 100 c%
Machini-ts ........................ 90 "
SMachinistt Helpers .............. 85 "
I. B1. E. W orkers.................. GS "
C(ooks and W aiters.............. 99"
Sheet iMetal Workers.......... 90 "
ltoileru akers ...................... 75"
B. Itr. Carmen .................... 90 "
I'ainters ............................ 90 "
Flederal L.abor I110ion .......... 90 "
Team sters ............................ 75 "
Engitneers ........................... 9 "
Cooks and W aiters .............. 9) "
Ilectric tWorkers .............. 7u0
Ml ill and Sm ltterinen .......... 70 "
('arpenters .......................... 75 '
Plullllers, voted in favor.
Tlhe carpentters and imill anti
selllteermenl are taking their vote
over again aind it is felt that the
:strike will also carry with them.
......: --. -.......
llOMPLIMENIS MONIANA
COUNTY OIIElTOB
ll eit' . l li t ' tar ('iv i (l tr (111l s.
title'I(I.l 1i tl il ' Ii l'alit llr l 1i;t li 'it -
1 .AI tint i i t Il (l i it i 1 li l 1 y o li l
i\[ (ll :ii \\'it l l tVill t . lil y dit '
t o lr . 1l'l 1 -;( r y l l yr e nl. pl h a i:. ,'.'-s i t '
P.11, ih ;li thi ' u1c1ts1(' of lthe pear'c(
l1 1l ilti . liltf illli t' (Oll ll ty 0I'it:i ltl lI
sh t llli t ars III tt it Ie'lnnty ut' iii ia
I i' Ii i t IhiI.iii$ ig
T'h- i'-.'retury's 111t1r follows: "I
lviith tit I ti t i till' to t(1 'xprel l (' 1 ieilIt
ftti: of t 11 tl t rl'lsiiury dl parti' llel i 1111'
k l2. a i II ',t(ilt i(Illi itf lll ' 11X h111n t
12 ilt11 ll il ini 'lit l t 11 1 11 ('Ul. 1 Ii . v .t a lu i
ii' 1 li'l t11 tI 1 11'i e It'i 1 1 tlll Sl' ItV l l)l' -
iilllt' il lltl tli ig i of thrift.
'" \'l i ' ' a t Ol-vin d ti ai' i t (luring
liith Irl'l it stit(li f lromI \VII to iipiaCe (t -
liii Ilitit 11111 mn Irt il li iirtan (1 it in ri
ti -nl t life Ih+i n li laying lt ll11 fl n lil (
it 1ili f ior ll e' lll l1nt llatiol ill prtos
'i iiy. the i ltr, inll ayin ou lains
lua'tb ti'tl c11ls. t" o belit e lhat the e, d
1(ut12ionj l w(V ' i ij (1f ilt' 11t hri'iI anti warl
schaige ntis tuniltlnon u (tio li l. i'.1' il
ico rt d val l iji.
Bul hlletin LW ant Ads Get111 I l
lsueiul, illt .ll'p i Phndt(ne 5ll2 pl.r"
p1r' ily 1 1 f 1 he t il di\ii'J Ual 1)1111. 1( i1'(.1'=
qu11'Ily). thi ' 111o111' ri . (.11 till' n1 ht i ,
if we (ta ll ow 2t1h pl opht' 11)11 to
2 11y w ixs'ly . 1I 1 )1 I () I l tk1 thill' h t's
I1f \Vh It t1(')' h2 ve1'. lnd hol ItI ('il1
11:1it1 \\'111; w t 1itt prU'oV 'ide 11 11(i I with
:1 111111 :lld prof1ilablh ll't111 h (d f ill
lesting 11ll1tll 11 ll1 t1at thlt 'm, .111llis
1i11y ' (l lllululatl 1' 1ol' ti l' illy day.
ill' bit t'1, Cll' I 1)h1 larger o rittlll lli y
111 thill future', ]l(I (,iod. 111.'S l1ss14 loli
Iof thi ' 1;11:1 thrift 1i111 W(II' s1111 Vings
Ill Ill pllign11 l11-I 1, leatrlned( if tle ('Ico
11O(11c flllutur' 111 the I ni tl'd S1 ates is
tI 1 b ((' 1 1h12 (1 w()llld havo ii.
":\l11reo1(.r. 1h2. reslponsihility 11f
'all'ying 12h1 mU' KS ag l of( til" anils
ptlign falls 111(111 111t\h ily 011 the ullnn
ty llI'g iZal ion1i1 4, jest 1. s tilt' 11 e .c11 -s
Iif Ih illmoV('1ulntli will 1ie lar'gely their
s.u 111- \\'. Wl.V l1igtn headqlal h 1t'1.s
,1i111 disivlit headl uil:lrters linay ilt nl;
bill it :, 1ihe 1ountlin y I'hail'lrmtll1 an ld hi.
c11-1(111l1,rrs w51t1 1ha\'l . 1t pit lt' th p1lln
into 11;1(-I;ation. it iN tilV) W( ile) ( ill
I!n 'tl1 lily 11111 the lt'alhing 11f thrift
111111 til sl'hrol. , 1(h21 will at cally
' t11 it Ithlat vii' slVillngs socieatul io
Ill't'' 1:-it l|li.,ld 11 furt oriis, sitor'ts.
1ainks and club)1. It is tlhrogh 1h111n
11111 11hrift lih, 'te trlu will lalVI rclad
S'ls m521 d 1 th1 1 thrift .sp uker 111 111di
('1n('e. A\lli it is til y \') h ( rill 111ake1
(VIII' 1iaVin1:=1g 11 n ld shrift 1s1tai1p . .'1al]
abh1 for pJull'haslers. T1l l' 11111'e
,m uo')v(,emeti , il s11111 .1, S5111e11l'1's Iii' 1'1115
if tr.y sur1('ced or fail.
'"Ti'11 tr(.'t-,lrl'y dlpartl.l nt there
f]ore. is twi.1nteld(1usly enlt((turagl(e hby
tilt' way in 'i]lil ( l 11t i 11om lly 111'g:Itli
ZtioIns hlave i lldehrtken 2111' part
in \(t11' s ilVnllgs (('1(111. and feels that
Ihe prospelct1. art bright for a great
and (tluable O!VIt1( to tlhle nation."
GETS 14 CASES OF
BEER AND WHISKEY
'(1 the 11x tar, No. 5 South Main
strelnt. Ol'icer M.elia yl'sierday
grabbed 1 I t l..a's of beer 11 ll d .nmal;
quantity VIf wtli~skey. Tile 111i1n in
charge was smlllmon 'ed to xt1,', .11 in
Icourt and 'xplain.
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Result. Phone 52.
be, reproduced by the nlavy depart
micnt for distribution with n view
ltntt;itil' pict·r'll's show rell:a;l;i] bl|i
:st o lea d an I heat o ffIr e.l t: itt .io e
inst lt ancs, and in otlie,: ' , iilian
iscenesO of the pictlur'ei qlue !:: .i r ' of
t'onta I)..lgad fa, AzoresI . w ,'ith ih. i -i
orfl l dint of thii- semi-r.r p . ,ib
I !ht i : / Cin it'r1 ii t-l :.,l ' ,i , 1 1-t
flying lito tie Lt fibor: t .l' Ni -
a!s thI: crept. buttered al : i lit by
tsil , iln l hi nd the ]rei'lt: li ; lf thI e
'iiy, with denstrey:,r: and .lmm ,, 1 :bo I.t
ruIllhini I ut to Iprof'fe'r the l tl 'I
li tle lik cll r a VI (W of Ih I n ('-i a . itli
mmii irst seen, o1 the ev lf ml after
11)111 of heir I'reoverIy, ivto i wVaIV'
dashing over her hull amid wings, and i
one of the crew, l'-,s eiftwineld, iti
istruts. ignali Ig in sImiipiii t llr : \t,'i '
don't 11ned any aid,. \\' are co.ling
in t 'under oil' oNw, poi l.l
Other effeiitve piciureIs aire of the
t['anisfmmr the cri,' from the plane 1o
small boats wu '.l the harbor was
reached; of Inh c hewring, flag-wav
ing crowds .wa lining the seawall
when the planes clue up the bay; of
a plane speeding through the night
by the light of the moon, and an
ot her of thhe N('-:, drifiing li bk
ward with the crwo, unable to turn
"i1o 1nd in their tiny cOeklcils, gro
tesqluely sillhouetted in their mon
key suits. ,ilmiin'l the i d sear.
I'ani illon, .June 2S. --- Ravalli
e'011 y W1 V' s Vilvi!lgs llll):lign llld(1 I
lit18gtt'lnlt Of NOWt ('ounty 1)ie- C
for It. A. O'Hara will soon be a; boe
iiveo of aolivity. A very systelnalit 1
c(illllpaign of the towil andltl county i t
h:'ing madee Mr. O'llara has divid
ld !ite c(ity into block( s an.di will nt1
i lady chairntlul in 'harge of a',h '
(One or more socileti'S will t' formn'' 1
in every block.
The followinglt blockt ha( Ibeer
organlliz'd: Bilock No. :5 - with M\t
Mlary u1, tz'rinl as lre'sid(lnt anid
tob.rt ()O'llara. secretary. Bloclk 25
----P. re.identl, Al rs. K. O'Ilrien; sec:
retary. tMrs. EtlizabethI Jennings
ILlock 25 Prsidnttll, Mrs. Anthony
Iork ; secr'etary. l is . . Ii. Spring
lll lr 4ii I''esidel t, It . S. lnttll' '
Ti(ld : secretary, M rs. It V'. eek.l (.
illoct' 2G ('tieident. Mrs. 1 Sert tEl-
s:; ' rctilariy. Mllrs. iRutih a . t l.'id
nhoo lt. loIlck 45-- t Presildent, (. ii .
l.'el.ersllon; ::a crt; ry. M~rs. J, 1. Plunm
Itlr. I''rot m s t t'll --a President, )I r.
\'. iE. ('ho,\; secretairy, liis. . \. l''
('ihspdela i. Itl kt 21i Pr ,siti nt
IOther war11 iii saving.; sic, 'tieVi ari1
t('it I 'Ol' sod ii s o tlyll 1(1g i lrits of
1t11l town.l.
('oluntly I)ici or O' Mara float
ea 'il'ly ia.ls ohal all lake :ut iln
(''11 .11 ill l (11 tll' s vilnlgS (Ia lill (lI l.
-Ih,-l'('lllV l ;ii ((l 1 li . l\i[ t o( 1 ,i 111o111
'11 Iays ill t l ii h .(11( 40 w Vho nit tiolllI
lot, S hl tli !d p l ls. llrt the ll itllel(
iby joining a war savings, socelety. Theu
tildll Of l iilim it1g ltih (,(i5 ill oI f 1o icll
so;ll,[ls Ilelt t ilhOpliS Who livet ill ci atl.
- 11 o IllllIt ii Is So l l \\i1 t ' - w:h It of
literatlurl, to illak111 is distributioni
isy' I nlild to rtil dulll' the dulti's of' lit
- llrretl;llt of eiatI group to a il ti 11(1i
s-crtl'Itlyp is l a.k d Ito do is to dlis
t:i h /It li Ite lltre senl t to the' l. 'i'
h'rs :utd to l'our' front Ih m at in
tervals ithe a oitlll lll of sta' ll(p:; they
ha'i p ''chas'd duriinitg a fixe'd pa' i
od ly Iiomith as, if possilt iiland tol re
port on a card ii'ovl e d f11 lIt'' 1hlt'
-puIro' . '. I(' it'h ll eil 'rs it , askedt t
i' lt' li(la' Iog l il_( Hi tlitiu ,. ill it'ly
fcasitlh' way the lite'rature received,
;'"d t I n d'avol t( illnerta'' tlhe sale
of stamps.
"l iivalli counly sIould e o(' of
Itl ti leading i ( C'o ile of Ih' slatle in
.this cIailirpaig, cinct ludtCd Mr.
O 'liar .
1 1"runcia 1). .Ion's. spe'ial rpre
-out iltit' of Ithi slat( headqt :ua'ters,
- who luis splt, i v''hl e k inli avalli
.o ,p nty ,slabliahilg t foundalion for
'1 iolm te orgai lization of tt' 'ounit
t is vi y i inthliiastic atotit the e !, -
l- l ntt orlganlizatio the 'coitl y olW
M- . \I1, Joni ' f" l, Ito' ultilnatt' sir
'ss it lth ',ai paig, in itavalli t '
y" is lnly t qulci ' liil of tin te.
S1t'i nsvill', Jane 2S. - -The \V tili
ali's cl(b of i Vi ' lnsv' ill', 1111(101' the'
- leaderaship of Mrs. James Digenali.
Mrs. St,'l r ,iolim ion and Miss Kist;.,
will ti hi' up the war l'savings rura
loigl i .iid about S'l\ensville.
Tth, 'ity will be divided intoi
1lo sl.a andt Wal- aviing; socvietis 0.
';alliZed it ea t!h At ite club toed -'
rinl Ihi. Wtw"! tht m 1atter twos th.
tut-ss'd.
\I1'<. ( hurlers i1. I1uc¢k i 15 also tak
n1- a prolmlinent part itt the orgalniza
ion \worl' as (0l 1l clh irman .
Already th' following war saving.
it )t h ies taw'e h)ope fo'lmed: t':ioitl!I
izing \\'i!llm ('(ochran, presidulnt,
and \V. It, Cook ,'crrt.oy. lHospitat
l hr. P. S. toniiiick. prn'.idne t, a1( d
hMiss 'lsic l. I'lan ,' secretary. Ar-I
, gons'e \lr Marion \lonlhan, pr'es
_ ident, oid .lrs. T't i.'i .. \Val 'ridg .,
secretary. Thre( Mile- Mrs. Mari''
howe,. lilt,' a t, s il , end M i',. ('. ,.
Powell, a rcretary. lill ('rest - -Mi
S. F. ' lle1'" pre idiot, and .lr . I1.
(o. hitilock, s'cr'tary. ('bateau
T "lhieri' . Mr1s. Jo' l).igeinaia. presi
dent, anti MIias: Lois Et !.''f, wsecr,-
tLary. T'reg'nna A lr-t. Ilarold Me'l
call, president, and J. It. Iar'inall, set
retary.
T 'Phi lahlies of St'venu-ville, who :u"'
undertakiing (hte olganization \work
`a e: t11rs. ,1. ll. Kohl, tlt's. A. ItI
Stevenson and Miss Kirk, I
THE ONCE PAOUD
NORTHEST EWS
(By United l'ri a
s:iponi , W\ash., Jun' abel
Soblain a narriiag i he iull the
i. t, of . 'ashilngton 'iT' Il l)yt, aged
.t. at ('hinamnan, and 1'! _Ann il|If-i
fr.Im. r . 4. 4, went o ('o 1- .I \ein:', Idal.,
'nt'.i)'dl the necess:r o > , Illlt atlld
\txete wetdde d.
('.ent Lewis, ma:h .fun(e 28.--
S I w .ho went thront1-) ( li ll )of1
w 11 : (il canel oultt t 'W:I IICll 's, or
i'st, or ll l e are, ll' I ig 1.ght, [ to
'."' ildependel nt, tt,'e 'ite theill
1'ý tI -l'ilit y . I
Theli e are 700 of lb,,t' i n 11 at the
! i l I 1:; 'curative to:l k. l Onlie of
-i i-, John ie osi o 7't rly hitih d.
toI ) b'itn cot pelll ed to lie 1on1 his
':1. I', hat; nurse d(~l i l ma ing tu wO
t,! . - to m lln ere ra.i r.atl :, tta haott
"rock. tWo be0t. lt ;Ia i )ck'e"thook(
-e was (' illpele t llard t I t ;trful
It:iag ti fying gIne r's.
I'rivates m('iolo 1 i' Zo''i , is. ti henw s
:1sult of woundsl i in .' in, have prac
tically tparalyzed limls. Itit by using
to fool-it wir loon, ti tey havo rilet1
ile to iltako sOVlleral ,tle tin r unners.
Such work keeps the minds of
Kosih, Zolle, Comnolo and tle other
veterans away from thlir misfortunes
and opens up new fi 'bis of activity
for them wlell they are reolased
f:'om the hospital.
O o
1 FAMOUS WOMEN
('clia ' Tha e~( '.
This is the birthday of ('ella Thuax
ter, I l.. American It) 'less, whose
workks ha(ve glalddened the hearts of
'hilbdre.n, old and ye t' g. She was:
horn at I'orts.noutlh, N. i . ott Jun1'
25, 1531. She wis tlh. tdaugllhtcr Dofo
Thouls Ii. L.'ighton, n' o'd heoidelt
of the Isles of Shoals. wh',ers, at Ap
Ildo '. Ceolia spent iiot.: l if her lifo.
In 1.51 she marri,.d levi Lincoln
Th'axt.r of \Waterto\tn, Mass. Her
bInt known worII" ar)': "Among the
Isles of Shoats," 'Driftwood."n
1and Barden." ('Culia "T'hatxtcr died at
the Isles of Shoals Aug. 26, 1 91..
The 1120101' yOu1 |lea the govern
m)ute 1, the le" ynutle tut't s will he
Ever think of that? !!eittt'r buy:
Phriit and W\ar Savings ,.'uomp).
Books Which DeaIl
With the New Realities
AFTER THE WHIRLWINDN
C.ac EtFdward Russell
Author of "Why I Am a -oclalist," etc.
' tir'. 111u : 1"il'e 110o01 is iit-l,', e:ti0' b,' 11.u
" hi s \ie. n' a " e11or' ; .lit. o t.: :i' , the
1rantt w11 rl1l ;10'ob]11(. "'f lod'ly, a11d it i1.
intlabl for tiIV cl. ' ld 1 0101"" III
1ll nl o fell " t1 1 0lll ('.1,."t ,101., IfI
Ih,, llllll -' I5.n1 iu, 1111? 1' I iIt . 1.=lV" 1111i
thle i ii It I0 1 'O t ,,r It l ' o" t' r 1i 1
11 i:1 1sm--h, t 1[1551 i 1[;1 c Nu. 1 ( of
the l'1ommI is inn 111h)1t \veldt tht ('re at 1r (111
lEvoluti'.,". -t.o1t:m , l , ,."'o, Net, $1.50
SIX RED MONITHS IN RUSSIA
Lc. ise Bryant
lilt live'l it 1:: 01 t n ,r I " lls ii 1 Ie
'" fh1 pe oIl': 5h1:, k1w1 1i', ren ly I,0nin0.
i Il 1t\':1d t1 l ' IIIIII th ll I lttali ni
of )Maith : si1 nll!.) 0,'d I1!( in.l 'r nt'oln ils
of til t' i , 1 all l tnIl i .1 ) 1 1 '11. 11 i-I' Il
"\11` 1r- nut'y:m t it,: 1,11 111 1 foith in 1111
IR volutin n. ,r-.h , pl tnt s ilt; ''10' 'll l "v
:u.1 1.l:'a at1111 y."-'- iTh 11;11. Net, $2.00
AMERICAN LPBOR AND THE WARt
camuel Gomners
President of the American Fedoration of Labor
"1'1his .xplosition i5 of t111e mitu1,, f a 1 o5
I1'I .if la b,, lr ill i": Ih,:Ie'l ." 11I11!1 ROl'i:ll5 m110
mm0on nlitc r0':Iljusli 'nllt." -- V1tYsh:Ing'ton
i1.1.0011, incll' tillt 0" 111 lh1 Vital w ar m1 1't
i(ll0) 1)i . ' 1t.tiUnS ll i"c1 1 lti0'l.
'let, $1.7I
CIVILIZATION: TALES OF THE
ORIET Ellen N. La a.toe1
lIll] \v'ritte r f ilnn/r!1 I ,i. t 'S ;I0'1 Illntanin s
i il ll l a fri t 0:51 ,11 : 11,I l to 1). ' I ill 111 iti
Net, $1.50
BANNFRS Buoette Deutsch
"I1 1,1 1., th111. 1111i of "01:l i,1u II1 and rIi, 111t
lo I n. 11111 (I ll: ll :I111, ll tltlr I ll 11 ,lI1
S11, II,.1-1 - l tl l t1.: 11), ll.l't , l' :.II'" i .ll i h il
I no 1'hI re t' .te l 1 11Th1:11 in 'lii0n' er ,'I
the i[l 01 1 1 w t U :111 III It 1 lle 1 '.1,1f '
1t;1 :-1.111n licilulti0o "---N., York 7"riltv n'
Net, $1.2
OUT OF THF. SHACOW pose Cohen
Orders for these hooks will
in;1 1:,1 o 1t1 llhlt 11 59 ,:.'h1 ,l1 Ii'" :11(11
Le :1,1 rplt'ed 5s a 5.0 .11 a,1ootlnTm'it T';:11
nbe takei n \atli the Bulletin of thfie.
ou Wllit'll" Find .Ixc'tllent Service, t
igh c uaity I.odo' Lo" Nt, $2i.0
THE FIELDS OF THE FATHERLESS.
Jean Ro,
".\ .)ou1r0"' 1,1o 1k 'f 1 ,''0rty."' i 0 w1at th.
hiLeland Cafethi
10' 0 50 0/t10 11 140l It is thI, 11110 (If hot
. in t ,u in1 ,(s , 11 \1 t' ,1t1 15le ; :5 1:!1111111,10'
:;\'1,1 II 'l 5 1 " ','1'11.1 It w. tha1 t 1 :1 t : l5. 0
2 Net $1.7rk.
Orders for these books will
be taken at the Bulletin office.
You Will Find Excellent Service,
High Quality Food, Low Prices
at the
Leland Cafe
72 E. QPark.
B! ernard Jacoby
FINE TAILORING,
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
1l91 South Dakota Street
I.'(OR NIE.\iT : ilOE R1EPAIItNG
DAN HARRINGTON'S
SHOE SHOP
l9 5 E. QI'ARTZ
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
GOLDEN WEST CAFE
227 S. MAIN ST.
Best Meals for the Money
MOONEY STRIKE
tUnions who vote on the Mooney
strike are requested to furnish re
suits of the balloting to The
bulletin for publication.-Ed.)
Results, so far as The Bulle
tin ,has learned, are:
IN FAVOR:
Plumnbers.
The BIakers.
The Painters.
Tailors, 3 to 1.
harblrs, 3 to 1.
Plasterers, 2 'to 1.
Electricians No. 65.
Plasterers, unanimous.
Itricklayers, unanimous.
I lodearriers, unanimously.
Sil\er Iow 'T'rades and Labor
Assembly.
Iearse-Conuntlly club, unant
nitously.
Mill. Smelter and Surface
WIor lhers, unanimous.
Metal Mine Workers' Union of
America, unanimous.
Wo'lkingmlenl'S Union. l6 to 58.
W\'ood. Wire and Metal I athers'
tIrtrnational Union No. 69,
unanimoully.
RWorkers;', Soldiers' and Sailors'
voted unanhinouly for Mooney
strike.
AGAINST:
Engineers.
It u b b e r and Tireworkers'
union. 13 to 2.
INORKERS' PICNIC
SUNDAY, JUNE 29
D)on't forget the picnic iI be held'
at Dulrant on Sunday, June 29, under
the auspices orf the innish W\Vorkers'
clab, the Hotel, l ,:staurant and )o
ricetic \iorkers' Industrial union,
No. 1100, the Pea rse-Connolly club!
:and the Metal Minei Workers Indus
trial union No. SO .
The cominlittee in charge has coin
pleted arrangeilents to havei a good
ine forn all. There will be fishing
fanl s, sh;o ting gaires, Inail-drivullg
rcontests for mien andl women, galles
or thii children, crallke'r-catingl con
tIst, spoorn and egg races rand othier
folrns rof a lusemnlOts. Refresh
imnt.slt of all kinds with plenty to
eat and drink will be served on thlie
grollnds.
The event of the day will be cn
address by Kate Sadler of SeatlleI
!;Albor's lI ftnd womani orator. who
ill talk ton world hallppenings and
i l!' relaio to tithe working class.
ITh re ;aill be olher lcstal speakers.
.\special train to the grounda will
start faron the lMilwaukee depot at
11 o' clocI: Sundaey morning alnld re
iturning will leuve D)urant at 9
r:o'clock ill the evening. For further
Silforn'latiol ring ulp the MI. MI. V. I.
I . hall, telepht ne 1949, John Wil
I 1i Oii', tirrili it ly.
]IN BUTTE CHURCHES'
r' -lngr(egai tional l churchI . -arrio·oi
vrn ,ue and .1ajo :'s strt,et. Bertoni
!!l ' ('c iine, pastor. . 11 o'e'lock
t h iie'. Tiltrue Naltional reatnes ;I
S o ,'c l .ck, "The lndlltrial P'ro;;ra
of the ('oigrl'eg:itionl:l ('hl rct e
ilu day 5)101cho l, 9:1!5.
I'! il' l i t ('Cll lOlgre tionl l, 2, 5 -i
{'hillips E,. 1re't. -Sutday : h',oo li at
I. solve to oVnl a ]undreld dollar
Iar Sl vi'nll. certificate. Stalt sa -'
Today We Celebrate.
0- -o
Wi\'h e ii t el1t wanted to write 1) new
co'li, optra, he went to Montonogro
for his malillterials of staig" setting,
osii tIuPS, and charl'acteirs. Thle funny
li'11 Itingdom wl s s)o comic in itself
l th t he decided that art couildl 't ilm
rli u'v llpon it, !o hle took Prince
1) anilt -clothel , wt hiskers, habits,
511d everything- anlld bodily put him
1i1io tie ncast of "The Me'rry Xtidow,"
witout even' tl hothering tii change
the name o11 ' his charete;tr. Born 4S
orsilll ago iodt y, a brother of (ll !ollu
ii!etta of liuly. si anilo Alexalnder
i'is. i, t the tli e that his life was dI o
I)i, ,d inI "The Merry i \i idow," the
heir to the thcone of Monlone.gro.
The original of' "Th^ Merry \Vidow,"
it : s h:el ii alleged. was the Plrincess
U..tto\vi, to Vwhom alh plrince was
said toi hiiavt'e palid iolent atte1ntionl
forg tfnIll of the fact halt she was a'
'crieod \vlOaing with as tfainly of
,'hihldrn The wife of the pterince, irn
'.idtnta'lll. wli the Priit i sse Juelia of
Meckleluburg-Stte'itz, a danght r of
the gral'i duke' of that cot ntry. Sihe
is a hlly of great physical prowess.'
I l wres' ~tle S an ld bo, whie the prile
':ilta i 5!tlder ay nd rathotg dandified
,Ihtip.
Thlie Princese ItinlueU Wet\as do-(
,rilbed as everything th a t is charmn
i. and, h-sides, was the widow of
n:': of the richest m 1en it .,ontenegro.
I'eu Lelltar, till' cI)llmll))So l', had m1 t'1
bt hi the widow and th,' prince in
S i. efor'' he n'('11).ha 1. 0 hi
I ing shome of setting thaIu and
11,`c country to 1m11si5'. Only at one'
'aa." did Cehar balk. 11" did not ':tll
cout., r of his stage settintg
51 , oýlne to. II is said in Paris that
a. tit:' h', caoctemplated even 1h1t1
,'e ,":iIy. but was persuaded by
Ica d.us that it would be uniWst. So
-','Pi' negro appeared Oil the pIayhitlls
It. i::'s.)\Vil. tt WaS so1 tilllme ho
The news of the "wicked tiling"
1t55 is what the Molltelnegrins call
th ope'1'11 - -reached the capitol. WVhenl
`t ':1. the king he was then onl17
at 15)11. bUt shortly after l ie pro
rlainid him self king---being the.par
lianitti and the judiciary and the
1 ;:ire governi'lenlt of Montenegro,
passed :. law prohibiting the mention
t the ' hing" within the borders of
Pt Coull rty.
Th"e ('anPdian Prif iti R:ilway.
.\ Ii atugh passenger service on the
('tin t: in Pacific railway between
-lo'r ;tl amid \Yancouver was in
.ulw'art, ,d 33 years ago today, June
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE
OF THE
Montana Federation of Labor
ENDORSED BY
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. Whitely, Butte, Mont.
For Secretary-Treasurer-J. T. Taylor, Lehigh, Mont.
For Executive Board Member, Cascade District-Charles
Heximer, Great Falls, Mont.
SAY YoU S..\V IT IN Tri llI.ULLI"':'IN
SOMETHING
WORTH WHILE
ADD TO YOUR STORE OF
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE BY
READING
Debs Goes to Prison .....-...-.................... 25c
Good Morning . . .. . ..............----------------------. 10c
British Rule in India ............................. 10c
Lessons of the Revolution (Russian) -.......Oc.10
d Soviet Russia ------------...-------....................----................10c
W hat Is a Peace Program?.......................... 5c
The Wealth of J. P. Morgan.....................--------- 50c
ON SALE AT
The Bulletin Office
\Y Yý1v S.\\V I'I' IN 'I'li IBt LII, IN
Hotel and Restaurant
Employes
Attention
The members of your union
employed at the
Park and Rainbow Hotels
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
are on strike for more wages
and better working condi
tions. Workers of this craft
STAY AWAY
:S1, l Si . 'lThis line, first of the great
r.onitiellltl i sstellls that now crover
the Dlomin-iin w~th a net work of
tteel, ta.i buii lt in four and a half
years, ian average of 2.t. miles per
day. Enormous engine. ring diffi-
culties had to ibe o\'ercm10 iit ton
.Itriucting thie oad th tirough the rocky
liiri ls thrown up by nature along
lthe shores of Laka Superior land ove
the snllow-lad peeks of the Italc]cs
More than :100 miles of line were cut
tihroughl solid rock. XAin "ar'y a
Worknellil, at one timne as iln 0.i
i5,010. wlere engaged in tlis gigantici
battle of civilization agaiilst the will!
forces ol nlatue. But it if thle engiier
in difficnlties were grat, thile ta.ii
of finantiliilgt the project was evcll
sreu ter. 'The Canadian Ptaciic schelme
born in scandal. was :till vie c-ed with
di:trust by English capitalists. 'an
:lda h11d to build her own11 road anlld
Cantada did. By tie latter part of
1885 the ltst inountaiin had bean
'rosied. the last tuinnel bored, the
l.ut brid ;e built, t l a ist rail laid,
tihe lai.t spike driven, iliand on Juiine
"S of the follow'ing year ai tlrain con
ductor ill Montreaill cried ".ll aboard
for VaclliOuse,"
"tlien Iuolt."
Today is the hundre'dth liilanive('
scry of thet birth of Thomas I)un.
English. piihysician, lawyer, tnenlber
of the New Jersey legislatulre and of
the United States house of reper
.entatives. hbut n.ow ri'lleniebered onlyc
through hlis authorship of the famousill
ballad. "'lItn lhi t"--many -i yeat, s a f
Ster in:lmo;'itlizcd in 'Trilby.' Thec
PHOTOGRAPHS
Your photo makes an ideal gift.
It is one thing your friends
cannot buy. We have many
styles to offer. Have your sit
tings now.
Thomsons' Park Studio
John Lumme, Mgr.
217 East Park Street.
SAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN
Golden Gate Pool Hall
Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes and
Candies.
GIVE US A CALL
272 E. Park.
song iteli is very crude. froml
literary st-andpoint, but it haIs made;
a ulniversal appdal to the piOlIop' bath
lof ngllfand and the taniled Staes.
Doni t you rilemember. sweet A.\lict.
Ben Bolt
Sweet Alice whose hair was so
Ibrown.
R\'ho wept xwilh delight when you
gave her a smile,
And trembled wht i'ca: at yoiur
Ifloan?'"

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