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Vote Your Ballots The following are candidates for officers of the Montana State Federation of Labor: FOR PRESIDENT-STEVE ELY, SAND COULEE, MONT. FOR VICE PRESIDENT-J. C. WHITELEY, BUTTE, MONT. FOR SECRETARY-TREASURER-J. T. TAYLOR, LEHIGH, MONT. The above candidates have been endorsed by: The Silver B(ow Trades and Labor Council. The Helena Trades Council. i The Cascade Trades anid Labor Assembly. And many local unions throughout the state. Vote for These Candidates Regardless of the Fact That Messrs. Donoghue and Partelow Have Declined the Issue MARKET REVIEW . LIVESTOCK CHICAGO.. Chicago, Sept. 19.--Hogs--Re ceipts, 22,000; market strong. heavy, $1.b.2,5( 17.65; medium, $16.50(9: 18; light, $16.750.18; light light, $16.;17; heavy packing sows, smooth, $15.2519,16; packing sows, rough, $14.509,15.25; pigs, $15.25(. 16.75. Cattle--Receipts, 12,000; beef t steers, medium and heavy weight, choice and prime, $15.75m 17.50; 1 medium and good. $11(0.15.50; conm mon, $8.25( 10.75; light weight, t good and choice, $14. 17.65; com mon and medium, $8(, 13.75; butcher, cattle. heifers, $6.50(0 14.75; cows, $6.25513.50; canners and cutters, $5.25(a 6.25; veal calves, $20.25(.21.50; feeder steers, $7(91 1.2.25; stocker steers, $6.23(5, 10;i western range, beef steers, $8('1.5; cows and heifers, $6.250.13. Sheep--Receipts. 35.000; market lower. Lambs,. $12.75(015; culls t and common, $7.50( 12.50; ewes, medium, good and choice, $6.50(9 7'75; culls and common, $2(q5.2.5; bredding, $7(? 13. OMAHA. a Omaha, Sept. 19!).---Hogs --- Re- c ceipts, 3,500; market 15( :;5c high-i er. Top, $17.25; bulk, $16.15(;I 1 16.50; heavy weight. $16.40( 17; i medium weight, $16.50 J 17.35; l.ght weight, $16.25( 17; heavy packing sows, smooth, '$16.15(a I 16.40; packing sows, rough, $15.75 ,16.15; pigs, $15t16.50. Cattle-Receipts, 6,300; beef and'i butcher stock, slow. steady. Stock crs and feeders, dull. Beef steers. mnedium and heavy weight, choice and prime, $14.75(, 16.75; medium and .:ood, $10.25(414.75; connmmon,I $9(' 10.25; light weight, good andi choice, $14.50(..17.50; common and medium, $9.75(i 14.50; butcher cat tie, h-,ifers, $6.75ts 12; cows, $6.50(( 11.25; canners and cutters, $5(' 6.50; veal calves, light and handy weight, $11.25(%i13.75; feeder steers. $7(012; stocker steers. $6.50(0o9.50. Sheep-Receipts, 35,000;' marketl slow, fully 25c lower. Lambs, 84 pounds down, $12.50(q14.75; culls and common. $7 (,a 12.50; yearling wethers, $8.25( 9.75; ewes, meditmu and choice, $69!7.50; culls and com mon, $1.759;6. MIIN\ IAJ'POLIS (RAIX. MnIneapolis, Sept. 19.----Flour-- Unchanged; shipments, 7,.817 bar-i rels. Barley-$l'. 1.26. Rye-No. 2, $1.38(. 1.38. Bran-$41. Wheat--Receipts 341 cars; com-! lared with 549 cars a year ago. Cash. No. 1 northern, $2.4592.60. Corn---No. 3 yellow, $1.44' 1.45. Oats--No. 3 white. 63 ý (u 66 c. Flax--$4.73( :4.7 7. MONEY MARKET. New York, Sept. 19.-Mercantile paper-Unchanged. Sterling-Unchanged. Francs-Demand, 893; cables, 891. Guilders-Unchanged. .ire-Demand, 996: cables, 994. Mnrk;--)emand. 2s, hlIps. 2. 7, _ DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS Evidently, Father scents a little relief FOR. ''oDNaSS- SAKE H8A4: -ISTEN,VAN IT5 A CINCI-o AS PROSEcGUTDR IT IS I DON'T ICNOVL T HE. WAop 80E-RINC,- M 'G CO) IAVEI CET OuT of T7TW4. A Mv DJTY O ITcLL. YOU N -'nIFENDft NoR t-~ DO YOU WONT MEr P-ENT) OI CASE PF You LvANT TO.! ýt+AT YOU LI 8E LASKEE WTIfS=ESI YNOUV Ro BE. LATE. " NOW DON'T LLUK YOU IOV TO SAY VP FOR A StT- O YOU READ A WORD COURT AND FNED Y IR THAT you KcNOW r ST ON T'145 A A W+f o OR FO.T-ET DEI=ENDANT OR THEI CAN T AI u OUT THEE CYEo u FoR RINTC4! o COM' wiTNESSE TI+AT You u HAVE EO - OMFJ TAf'JT IF I AV~rT ~RM -. E ABOU' T)H- CGASH FoR A VEEK. YOUR -ArIILY /%N OVNNI(N ANI D AFTE JFAT Y4rH VE FRMED FOR r FIVE FAIR cOUR?0RTC AN OPINION ANDTIA7T OR SIX A FAIR IS i YOU C AN'T 'REND I ,DYS I VERDICT OVER , FAIR VERDICTS il ! -,, '.i-i~nl \'V II 11Psrw~mrm'ma~//~ ~lulw Time loans, steady; unchanged. Call money, easy; high, 5 per cent; low, 4 per cent; ruling rate, 4 per cent; closing bid; 4 z2 per cent; offered at 5 per cent; last loan, 5 per cent. CHICAGO MARKETS. GRAIN ANI) IIPROVIIONS. Chicago, Sept. 19.--Indications that. farmers were adopting the project of holding back grain hand livestock so as to obtan nign,.r prices gave an advantage today to the baills in the corn market, despite continued threatening labor, develop ments. Corn closed strong, 2/2c to 4c net higher, with September ai. $1.47'y% and December at $1.21% to $1.25. Oats finished 1 1e to 2'/sc up. In provisions, the outcome ranged from 80c decline to a rise of 47c. Although at first uncertainty dominated the corn market and there was a good deal of speculative selling, based on the prospect of severe industrial disturbances, it' was not long before buyers were in a majority. Besides scarcity of rural offerings. a strengthening of foreign exchange counted somewhat against the bears, i and so, too, did revival of export business in rye and barley. Rainy weather was likewise more or less of a. bullish factor. Oats ascended with corn. The meagerness of arrivals was a further stimulus buyers. For the most part provisions were weak. Packers sold lard, and it was said foreign demand was slow. Cash. .Corn---No. 2 mixed, $1.451C; 1.46 i%; No. 2 yellow, $1.45:% , 1.4 7 %. Oats--No. 2 white, 67 Gri69c; No. 3 white, 65s.67c%. Rye--No. 2, $1.43. Barley---$1.18( 1.32. Timothy-Nominal. Clov.r--Nominal. Pork--Nominal. Lard-$24.95. RIibs-$19(, 20. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter-Unchanged. Eggs-Market unchanged. Re :ceipts, 7,996 cases. Poultry--Market higher. Alive, springs, 27c; fowls. 23( .301; c. LONDON MON IEV. London. Sept. 19.--Bar silver. money and discount, unchanged. METAL MAIIKET. New York, Sept. 19.-Cooper, iron and lead, unchanged. Antimony. $8.75. Spelter---Weak. East St. Louis spot offered 7.15c; October offered 7.20c. uwýeaL~t ý w.ý\ywrr·r I r!+r~ The Montana Jewelry Co. e 73 E. PARK ST. SWe make a specialty of Watch Repairing Cleaning .....-------...........$1.50 Main spriiLgs ..........$1.00 d Guaranteed for one year. o The only jewelry store in e Butte that gives Green Trading Stamps. 0 oSAY YOU SAW IT IN BULLETIN C - - UNDERTAKERS v DEATHS AND FUNEILNLS. d - e O'Neil-The arrangements for the ,f funeral of the late Michael O'Neil t: hatve not been comnpleted, pending 'mthe arrival of relatives. The remains are at the Daniels & Bilboa under taking parlors. Funeral announce msIent will be made later. , iadimalovich--The funeral of the "t late Vuko Radmalovich will be held y at the residence. No. 3 I)uggan av if enue, on Sunday afternoon at. 1 I o'clock, proceeding to Carpenters' e Union hall, where services will be ,r; held ender the auspices of Serbian I,alkan society No. 9, after which e further services will take place at the Servian Orthodox church. in tErment in Mt. Moriah cemetery. DANIELS & BILBOA Undertakers and Embhalmersi 12:5 East Park St., Butte. Phone :88. I Residence Phone 4317-W. Auto andi Carriage Equipment. DEiATHS AND F'UNERAIIIS. DCummings-The funeral of the late James Cummings, aged 26 years, will take place tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 9:30 o'clock at the resi dence of his sinter. Mrs. E. Gibbons. l 235 West Copper street, proceeding to St. Patrick's church where mnasa e, will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. In terment in the Holy Cross cemetery. Gavin-James, the 4-year and 8 months-old beloved son of Mr. and r.; Mrs. Frank Gavin, died this morn ing. The funeral will take place at the family residence, 127 Clear Grit Terrace. Sunday afternoon at 2 mn o'clock. Interment in the Catholic y. cemetery. O'Neill-The funeral of Robert is Emmett, the 4-month-old beloved !d son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. O'Neill, will take place tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at the ;amily residence, 712/2 North Montana street. LARRY DUGGAN Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer 822 North Main Street Phone -770. Bulletin Want Ads Get -. ARsults. PhnnA 5i2_ LEGAL NOTICES. ALIA$ SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. Frances Wagnon, plaintiff, vs. J. C. Wagnon. defendant. The state of Montana stends greet ing to the above named defendant: You are hereby sunimloiined to a!. swer the complaint in this actior which is filed in the office of tht clerk of this court, a copy of whicl: is herewith served upon you, and tt file your answer and serve a cop3 thereof upon the plaintiff's attorne) 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, jndg. uient will be taken against you hb default, for the relief demanded it the complaint, as follows, to-wit: I. That plaintiff and defendan intermarried at lBozenan, Montana on or about the 28th day of June 1919, and ever since have been ant are now husband and wife. 11. That plaintiff has been e bona fide resident for more than oni year preceding the comtnencensen of this action, to-wit, for more that one year immediately preceding the 27th day of August, 1919. Il1. That there are no childrei as the issue of the marriage betweel plaintiff and defendant. IV. That immediately after sucl marriage took place. plaintiff discov ered that the said defendant. at th time of his marriage with plaintiff its aforesaid, was physically incapa ble of entering into the marriag state; that the said defendant at th time of entering into said marriag was impotent by reason of an in herited disease. V. That the said physical inca pacity of the said defendant arisin from his diseased condition as atfore said was well known to defendant a the time of his marriage with plain tiff, as aforesaid, but was wholly un known to plaintiff. VI. That the said plaintiff ha been informed and believes that th said physical incapacity of the sai defendant still exists and is incur able and so charges the facts to be Wherefore, plaintiff prays that tit marriage between plaintiff and de fendant be annulled according to th statute in such cases made and prm vided. Witness my hand and the seal c said court this 4th day of SeptembE A. D. 1919. OTIS LEE, Clerk. (Seal) By STEPHEN KELLY. Deputy Clerk. Joseph H. Griffin, Attorney fc Plaintiff. Plaintiff. AIAAS SUMMONS. In the District Court of the Second Judicial District of tihe State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. Estella H. Snow. plaintiff, vs. F'rank E. Snow, defendant. The state of Montana sends greet ing to the above named defendant: 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 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 yourr failure to appear or answer, judg mnent will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded ill the complaint, which is as follows, to-wit: I. That plaintiff and defendant intermarried at Anaconda, Montana, on or about the 27th day of Novem ber, 1917, and ever since have been t and are now husband and wife. 11. That plaintiff has been for more than one year immediately pre ceding the filing of this complaint, to-wit, for more than one year prior to the 26th day of August, 1919, a bona fide resident of the state of Montana. IlI. That there is no issue of the marriage of plaintiff and defendant. IV. That for more than one year immediately preceding the filing of this complaint, to-wit, for a period of time commencing during the month of July, 1918, and continuing up to the time of the filing of this i onlplaint, the above named defend iant, at Butte. Montana., did wilfully, voluntarily and without cause and g with the intent to desert plaintiff, desert and albandon her and ever * since said time and up to the time . of the filing of this complaint has continued to wilfully, voluntarily and d without cause, desert and abaudon p_ laintiff and to live separate and 'I apart from her without reason or it cause and against her will and with out her consent. S For a second and separate caluse c of action against defendant, plaintiff alleges: ' 1I. That plaintiff and defendant Id intermarried at Anaconda, Monilaa, I. on or about the 27th day of Noveni l ber. 1917, and ever.since have been it and are now husband and wife. h IT. That plaintiff has been for more than one year immediately preceding the filing of this com plaint, to-wit, for more than one year prior to the 26th day of August -r 1919, a bona fide resident of the state of Montana. III. That there is no issue of the [ marriage of plaintiff and defendant IV. That said defendant for niort than one year last past, to-wit, since the 27th day of November. 1917, ant for more than one year prior to th( RIGHT NOW is the time to exchange your fifty-dollar Liberty Bonds for fifty dollars Rworth of stock in the Butte Daily Bulletin. The fight for liberty, democracy, and all those beautiful things the statesmen have been mouthing about, has not been won "over here," and if you are interested in aiding in the fight, an investment in the FREE PRESS is the most effective assistance you can render. S LEGAL NOTICE. d filing of this complaint, has neglect ed and refused by reason of his idle a ness, profligacy and dissipation, to e provide for plaintiff the common ,t necessaries of life, though he is an n able bodied man and able so to do e and has compelled plaintiff to earn a living for herself, notwithstanding n the fact he is able to earn a living n and support plaintiff as his wife and provide her with the common nec h essaries of life if he so desires. Wherefore, plaintiff prays that the e bonds of matrimony heretofore and f, now existing between plaintiff and t- defendant be dissolved and that e plaintiff be allowed to resume her i maiden name. Estella iHulehan. We Witness my hand and the seal of -said court this 4th day of September A. D., 1919. OTIS LEE, Clerk. g By STEPHEN KELLY, (Seal.) Deputy Clerk. it Joseph H. Griffin, Attorney for - i Plaintiff. LEGAL. Montana Silver-Copper Mining coinm e pany, Wallace, Idaho. Notice to Deliquent Stockholders, - Office of the Montana Silver-Cop e per Mining company, Wallace Idaho, lei August 28, 1919: i Notice is hereby given that there e is delinquent upon the following de _- scribed stock on account of an as. sessment of two and one-half (2 ½1 ,f mills per share levied on the 10tl ir day of July, 1919, the several amount s opposite the nainles of thl respective shareholders, as follows to-wit: Name. No. Cert. Shares. Amt Fellin, Joe.......... 7 25,000 $62.51 Hutchings, W. S... 8 12,500 31.21 - Brouelette, W.L,..1 3 12,50(o 31.21 Lynch, C.F.-S. C...21 12,500 31.5) HoIst, August.....27 10,000 25.0( Id Holst, August ...2S 5,000 12.5( of Stadler, Charles..30 5.000 12.5( of Stadler, Charles..29 5,000 12.5( Stadler, Charles..42 5.000 12.5( . Lee, W n.............38 5,000 12.5( And in accordance with law, s( many shares of each parcel of sucl stock as may be necessary will b( n- sold on the 20th day of September )n 1919, at 7:30 p. m. of said day. a Ie the office of the company, 607 Ce h1 dar street, Wallace. Idaho, to pa: to the delinquent assessment thereon Py together with the costs of advertis Iy ing and expenses of sale. •E F. R. TURI:, Secretary-Treasurer Montana Silver lli Copper Mining Company. .-1 Sept. 5-12-19. Sept. 5-12-19. SHHEIRIFF'1S SAIE. A-11290. Martin Lisa, plaintiff, vs. l:aye' Cannon and Mary Cannon, defend ants. To be sold at sheriff's sale, on th. 90th day of September, A. I). 1919 a.t 2 o'clock p. m., at the front door of \he courthouse in the city of Butte, county of Silver Bow, stati of Montana, the following describdc r real property, to-wit: "Lot numbered eight. (8) in block numbered five (5), Plymouth addi Lion to the city of Butte, Silver Hoe e county, Montana." "lIot numbered five (5) in bIlohe ,Inumbered twenty-one (2 11. of til i Original Butte Townsite. Silver Bom county, Montana." e "Lot numbered two (2) in bloclI gnumbered three (3) of the Mayflow er addition, to the city of Butte, Sil ver Bow coiunty. lonltalnH." "Lots iumonred nine (9). ten (101 and eleven (11) in block numheret seven (7) of the Cobban's addition No. 1, to the city of Butte, Silver e Bow county, Montana." i Lot numbered one (1) in bloel nuimbered fifty-five (55) of tilb SOriginal Townsite of Butte, Silve SBow countyl, Montana." i JOIIN K. O'ROUtRKE. Sheriff Silver Bow County, Montauna By D. J. O'CONNOR. D . )eputy sheriff. l Dated at Butte, August 28th A. 1: 1919. t 'irst pu lication 9-( -19--- t. i JAPAN IEFIUSES TO , MAKE STATEMEN make a categorical statement regard Sing the return of Shantung to Chint Sdesnit, hints from Washington tha it. such a statement is desirable, accord re itug to announcemenit which th ce foreign minister is reliably reporte d to have made to the diplomati ie council. IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT USE BULLETIN WANT ADS 1 CE IN ADVANCE "" LESS TOAN 15 CENTS .MALE HELP WANTED )f 'r 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, )r Room 9, Silver Bow block. - WANTED-Ambitious men to pre pare for promotion. Apply In *- ternational Correspondence School, basement, No. 1 West Broadway. P- THE RUBBER SHOP---R u b ber o, goods repaired. Rubber boots and shoes resoled. No. 5 North 'e Montana street. e- - - - s WANTED---Pants maker, able to do repair work. Zahl, the Tailor, 504 li W. Park st. le WANTED-A good tailor, Zahl, s 504 W. Park st. , HELP WANTED WANTED BY OCTOBER 1--A )0 nurse, at the Miners' Union hospi O0 tal at Sand Coulee, M1\ont., said nurse Sto take care of building, act as dis - pensary nurse subject to doctor's 0g orders, and take care of such patients ,o as may be admitted-- (never more so than three.) The building is heated SlI by stoves, but has all modern toilet be facilities and running water. Parties !r) interested, apply to Secretary of at Hospital Board, Box 92, stating ex e- perience, references and wages de ay sired. ii. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT DESI[tAllBE outside rooms, all mod llern conveniences. Itates reason able. Miners and students solicited. 421 W. Galena. GOOD business location, furnished - housekeeping and single rooms e, $8 per month and up. 619 Utah ave THI-. 'I'tRE-room house for rent; furni t.ure for sale., altogether or by the ts piece. 141 Boardman st. FURNISIIHI) room with private fanm eki ily. Phone and modern conven fi-lences. 14 S. Jackson. )3 ROOMS complhtely furnished for hl housekeeping; nice bright rooms e 23 1 E. Granite st. 1W ONE single furnished room, Phoenix clk heat; $3.50 per week. 150 \V Granite. MONEY TO r OA. o, MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds ei diamonds, watches, jewelry aln other articles of value; square deal cik Peoples' Loan office, 281/2 E. Park he (iET YOUR MONEY at 3 per cent or e diamonds, watet-es, Jewelry, Lib erty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstair ra. Jeweler. Two entrances-Main ant Broadway. I.) MONEY LOANED on diamonds watches, jewelry and Liberty bond at a reasonable rate of interest. The Old Reliable. I Simon, 21 N. Maim St. FURNITURE WANTED SSECOND-HAND FURNITURE ANI 1 ranges. City Furniture Exchange lot 206 E. Park street. Phone 6459-W rd na, CHIROPRACTORS hat rd- What is Chiropractic? Newest an, the greatest science for removing th eted cause of disease, Dr. J. D. Long an Itic Dr. B. W. Long, 126 Pennsylvanl Building. Phone 4077-W. ) FOR SALE 7 I HAVE 150 chickens, old and young for sale. Come and get them. ;e Three blocks east of Lake Avoca. d The Green Cool). BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS FOR SALE - Shop for rent; splendid location. Inquire 749 N. Main. Phone I- 5201-W. 'FOR SALE-Victor and Columbia records sold at half price; also ex r changed for a dime. 3291/2 S. Ari ts zona. Is A PRACTICE piano in very good condition, $65. Also davenport. Call 1040 California ave. Phone to 4537-J. 14 - JEWELRY and secona-hand cloth ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan 11, Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. RESTAURANT and S-room rooming house for sale cheap. Inquire 246i. E. Park st. FOR SALE cheap-Small butcher A shop and grocery. Apply at 231 1 S. Main st. s- PATRONI Z E Towey's Grocery. s Everything reasonable. 49 W. Is Woolnan. re d CiILI)'S Vernes Martin bed and et mattress. 1621 Dewey ave., car es No. 2. of1 - SCAVENGERS NIGHT AND DAY SCAVENGERS For city and county-Vaults and cesspools a specialty. Perry & Paton, 1037 Maryland avenue. Phone 4075-W. TONSORIAL (I HAVE your children's hair cut at E. J Swaidner's barber shop, 1.33% W. Broadway. is. Second Hand Goods Bought - and Sold. li 1ie HIGHEST prices paid for second hand clothing, shoes, tools, Jew - elry, etc. New and second hand n- goods for sale. Globe New and n- Second Hand Store. Phone 6140-J. 4 South Wyoming. or SECOND-HAND FURNI TURE WANTED «. WANTED to buy, second-hand fur niture and stoves. Union Furn - ture Exchange, 248 E. Park, phone 2783-J. HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools. Is Phone 3557-W. ud p HAT CLEANING or0 THAT old hat-Make it look like lb new at the Nifty Hat Shop, 86% ir East Park St. East Park St. TRANSFERS i BUTTE Taxi and Baggage, taxicabs ie and touring cars. Day and night n calls I romptly attended to. Phone 100. 418 E. Broadway. taXkbItSMAN'S heaaquarters. Ex pressmen when you want them. D Phone 6404-J. '. PERSONAL MADAME GUY, spiritualist, meets every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at 101 E. Granite, downstairs. d CLEANERS AND DYERS las - - - AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning W au. 1541 Harrison ave. Phnna 121 CLEANING, pressing and repairing. W. F. Van Weel, 843 Utah ave. CASCADE Tailory and Dyers, 164 W. Granite st.. phone 2106. FINANCIAL FIVE THOUSAkqD WORKERS wanted to buy. $5 worth of stock in The Bulletin Publishing Co. THREE CHJOACiO ROCERS ,iM IT THEIR CUILT C icaýo, Sept. 19.-Three Chicago gro er.have admitted that they sold beans which they bought from left over army stores and sold them at 100/.per cent profit. The testimony wa.'given before the city market bu re:. regarding their operations.