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Lessons of the Revolution ....-.......10c 5 Good Morning, Oct. 1 ................10-Oc SAY YOU SAW IT IN T'rE BULLETIN. MARKET REVIEW - CHICAGO MARKETS. CAS'H. Chicago, Oct. 24.--Corn--No. 2 minxed, $1.37.(,1.38; No. 2 yellow. $1.381/ý (s1.39. Oats--No. 3 white, 6.(5a 72c; standard, nbniinal. Rye--Nq. 2, $1.35%,%. Barley7--$1t.25 @1.38. Timothy -$8.50(813 .25. Clover---Nominal. Pork--Nominal. Lardi--$27. 35. Ribs-$1.8.918.15. Butter, Egg1 nud Poultry. MIutter--lHigher. Creamery, 50@ 65c. Eggs--Lower. Receipts, ,.685 cases. Firsts, 55V vr57c; ordinary firsts, 50(i 51c; at mark, cases in cluded, 500i55c; storage-packed firsts, .59% (t60c. Poultry-Alive, higher. Springs, 27c; fowls, 1448.24c. LIVESTOCK .CHICAGO. : Chicago, Oct.' 24.--Hogs--Re bdipts, 32,000. Market fairly active, alout 25c lowe'r.. Bulk, $111.85(@ 1.;.75; to, $12.85; heavy, $12.4001 12.75; medium, $1.2.25' 712.85; light, $12..25(i:LS.75; light light $1290 12.50; hea\y packing sows, smooth, $11.75ii 12; packing, sows. rough, $11.25 i.13.75; pigs, $11.50,112.25. Cattle---heceipts, 16,000. Market unsettled. Beef .teers, mediumn and heavy weight. choice and prinme, $1 0,19.40; medium and good, $11(k 16.75; common, $8.50 ('11 ; light weight, good and choice. $14(1 18.85; common and medium, $7.75. .11; butcher cattle, heifers, $6.75(% 14.50; cows, $6 6e0r 17.75: canners and butters, $5.506i 8.65; veal calves. $16.75(!1f7.75; feeder steers, $7(, 13.25; stoclker teers, $6,;i10.75; Western range steers. $7.75(l,15.50; cows and hebifer., -$6(i412.25, Sheep--Receips, 39,0(,0. Market weak. Lambs, $12.509,15.65; owes. medium, good. and choice, $6.75i 8.50; culls arid, common. $3e, 6.50; brdeding. $6.7565122.50. O0UIAllA. Omaha, .Oct. 14.--Hogs---Market 50c lower. Top, $13.50: bulk,. $11.50(E12; heavy weight, $11.75(? 12t mediiim- Weight,. $12,., 12.50, light weight, $11.7590 12.50: heavy packing sows, smooth, $11.50@ 11.75; packing ;ows, rough, $11(a 11:50; pigs, $12S.t 14.. ,Cattle--leceipts, 18,000. Beef andl:btcher cattle slow and lower; stockers, ad Teedyrs 1.5(9 25c lower. IBeef steers, medium and heavy w.ight, choice and prime, $15.50@(. 18; medium anid good, $10.75( 13.75; common, 9. 25 i 10.75; light weight, good and choice. $15.756r 1P.50; co.nm16n lind medium. $8.15 ( 15.75; 'bmtcher, cattle, heifers, $7.5 ii13; cows, '$G.75( 12.2a; can nels and ' dfittters, "$5(,;6.75; veal calves, light al:l1 handy weight, t12.715TR14; feeder steers, S.,( 13.25; stocker -steers, $6.75@ 11. Sheep-Receipts, 10,000. Lambs, 75c lower: sheep and feeders steady. Lambs, 84 pounds down. $13.755, 14.85; culls and common. $8@ 12.75; yearling wethers, $91 11.25; ewes, medium and choice, $6.7507 9.75; culls and .common, $2.75@' 6.75. METAL MARKET. New York, Oct. 24.-Copper weak. Electrolytic, spot and fourth iuarter. 220, 22%c; small lots, second hand, 21%c. Iron firm. No. 1 northern, $33; No. 2 northern, $32; No. 2 southern. $30. Antimony, 8,75c. Lead strong. Spot. 6.73c bid: December, 6.0Oc bid; 7.35c asked. Spelter strong. East St. Louis, spot, 7.70c hid, 7.80c asked. BAR SILVEIR. New York, Oct. 24.--Bar silver. $1.1.8%; Me':ican dollar, 9Oe. London, Oct. 24.-Bar silver. 637%d per ounce; money and dis count unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS Gili. N. Minneapolis, Oct. 24.-Wheat- Receipts, 437 cars, compiared with 398 cars a year ago. Cash, No. I rorthern. $2.550 2.65. Corn--No. 3 yellow, $1..37 1.38. Oats---No. 3 white, 36% 0, 688%:c. Flax--$4.,30 &4. "3. flour-Unchal'ged. Shipments, 79,469 barrels. Barley--$1.050 1.28. Rye--No. 2, $1.301%x. Bran---$37. UNION MONTHLY PLEDGE LIST BUTTE LOCALS. Barbers' union. Hnlr 1s' union. Rubber and Tire Workers. Theatrical and Stage Empioyes. TypographictI union. Electrical Workers, No. 15. Workingmen's union. Plumbers' Uiion. Tailors' union. Wood, hWire and Metal Lathers. dtltaundry .orkers' union. Stercotypers' union. Pressmsien's Itunionl. Building Laborers and Itod arriers. Musicians' union. OUTSIDE LOCALS. Sand Conlee Miners, No. 2P120 Sand Coulee Miners, No. 3907. Lehigh Miners. Sheet Metal Workers, Great Fall Is. Sleam and Electrical Engineers, Missoula. Yellowstone Trades and Labon association, Billings. Brother of Ry. Carmen, Mile, City. Macbinists' union, Livingston. Teamsters' union. Billings. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS The judge should be a little considerate wtwiPA'S qi5Ct CE.lD N T~4& cAN7 Yr (, WHf IN THE Yo(/ MIYST ADMIT^ Tµ A/IbAT' oN N`ORY C; V OR INN O- oN TH~ L4' WORLD. DON 7 VTT7 Y Iý I ONO OF o THE W. NC-S. URF COMF- IR BETTE. ZTODT1F VJ PEc-DED AND REPOkT ASK MEISTA&O N LAW ~4NEI 7 .ANT' souND hIM~yTBL i / WE CAMcý Jlý:rT THt-rT IN 'Tl+E- REScny HN C)ERE FIIVE MINUTES -raTE F-lST LADY IN COURT' FOUR A~fT=R~ WE F--IF7ErEN dUUF," / µov~RS ar- -nMN~!yoUR qap E HONOR. I lIiI ,.·" : : Iii~l/ -7 ' ' LEGAL NOTICE. ALAS srlUMMONS. In the district court of tile Second Judicial district of the state of Mouetana. in and for the county of Silver Bow. Mabelle Ciausman, plaint iff, vs. Frank Clauminn,. defendiant. The state of Montana: sends greeting to the above namlnd defendant: Yoa are hereby :umnnmoned to an swer the comnplanlt :n 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 aInon the p aintiff's attorney within 20 days after the service of this sum ,uno,, e~.lur,ive of the day of service; anti in case of your failure to appear 'or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default. for the re lief demanded in the complaint. This action is brought for the purpose of securing judgment of the court divorcing plaintiff and de fendant. in the complaint it is alleged that continuously for more than one year immediately last past and next pre ceding the commencement of this ac tion, plaintiff lias been and she now is a resident of the state of Montana. The plaintiff atnd ce:endant inter married at Jercey City, N. J., on the l9th day of December, 1913, and ever since then and now are husband and wife. That since said intermarriage de fondant has b.t::n guilty of wilftul rieglect of and toward plaintiff for this, that continuously for more than five years imminediately last past and Inext preceding the commencement of this action lie has failed to provide ;for her the common necessaries of life, he having the ability to do so sand because and by reason, of his profligacy and dissipation all of which was at all of said times and now is entirely without cause or pro Ivocation on part of plaintiff and .against plaintirf's will and wish and without her consent. That plaintiff's maiden name was Mabelle L. Leighton. Whertfore, plaintiff prays that the bonds of matrimony heretofore and now existing between the plaintiff and defendant be dissolved and that they be restored to the state of un Imarried persons, and that plaintiff be rostored to her maiden name, Ma. belle L. Leighton. 5W3itnes s my hand and the seal of said court this 16th day of October, A, ). 1919. OTIS LEE, Clerk. SBy It. . M lcGRATH, Deputy Clerk. Wheeler & Baldwin, Attorneys for ,plaintiff. (First publication Oct. 17, 1919.) SUiMMONS. 1n the District Court of ;he Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Dow. Edward L. Mahoney, plaintiff, vs. Anna E. Mahoney, defendant. The state of Montana sends greet ings 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 your fail ure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in tile col plaint. (ene'ral Stalement of the Nature of the Action. The action is for asolute divorce, Complaint alleges that plaintiff and defendant were married on or. abo0ut June 1st, 1898, and ever since have been and now are husband and wife: that defendant wilfully deserted plaintiff in 1909, and ever since without his consent continued to live separate and apart from hiin. Conm plaint alleges that plaintiff is now, ind' has been for more than one year pfi0 to the commencement of this action, a bona file .resident of the stale of Montana. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 23rd day of October A. )D. 1919. OTIS LEE, Clerk. By H. A. M'INTYRE, (Court Seal.) Deputy Clerk. Nolan & Donovan, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 308 Lewisohn block, Butte, Mont. Attest: A true copy. OTIS LEE., Clerk. By H. A. '1'INTYRE, Deputy Clork. SUMMONS. in the District Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Silver Bow. Marie Schindler, plaintiff, vs. Au 'lon Schindler, 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 your fail ure to appear or answer, judgmelit will he taken against you by default, for the relief demanded in the com plaint. The above entitled action is coinm mlenced by the plaintiff against the Commands Mexican Forces SIn Field KSOpJIRILPN.ISO £LLUSTA.ATI Sluavg cm.[,v. General Dlequesa of the Mexican 'ederal Forces, who is about to take command In the field in the sampaiga against the Villa forewe FORMER KAISER (Continued From Page One.) "His majesly does not cure a bit about Presidncot Wilson's peace of fer. If a breach with Americn can not be avoided, things must takeo their co'urse. E (l ts lare develoi)p Excitement grew a. Itle full text of the telegram uas read, then the audience and the conulnittee grp)'aerdl the full significance of this hidden bit of imperial diplomatey and cu~l fused nlurtmuringes antd lutterings ensued, above which Dr. Helfferlie. former COrman ambassador to Rlis sin. was heard to whisper loudly, "Nonsense!" Turning the discussion to the al leged German plots in America, iBernstorCf said be believed nothing had ever transpired juslifying the i -nsiations of 'onsimi'i. y. 1ite ad mitted that cerii in Germanil olffi:i;cials ,had Iparticipantfd in aetsei ' : lboiage. but declaret the Gierlman folreign of' rice never was a party to it. -Ih maintained that Americinn, public opinion against Cc-r niny vas- . nmain ly caused by the invasion of 13Belgium. LEGATL NOTICES. defendant for the lpurpose of ohiain-t ing a divorce by tihe plaintiff fromln Il l defendant. Thie prayer of said conptlatit asks for a decree dissolving the bonds oft! Iiatr iiony existing ut \wto 1n . the plain tiff and defendant, atlt that theI pliai:lntiff be perllmitted t.o '!resumtl h!er 1maiden nlame 0of Marie Jones, and for general relief. And you are further notified that ithie grolnds on which this action is, Ibrought and has.ed is thalt of ex'treme cruelty inflicted by the defetdanilt uporn itle plaintiff. \Vitness mly hanlld iand tihe .tal otf -aid court this 23rd day of Octotber, A\. I)., 1919. OTIS IL]EE, Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial L)istrict of the Stlate of Montana, il and for the County of Silvcer Bow. By IH. A. Al'IN'TYI. (Court Soal.) Deputy Clerk. George 1). Tools, 401-2 1)aly (tank building, Butte, Montana. OC)'II('i TO I '10 c11I Ol.' i--S. Estate of Patrick McDormott, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the, understigned, adminisr t rator of tihe estate of P'atrick McDermott, dto ceased, to the creditors of and all personus having claimsi against lthe said deceased, to exhibit themn with the necessary vouchers, within four montlh; after tile first publication of this notice to the said administrator at. 4i1l 1ialy Bank building, Iutte, IMontanin, the same being the pl;tae for tihe transaction of the business of sait estate, in the county of Silver Dow, state of Montana. T'io,.IAS McDERMOTT,. Administrator of the estate of P'at rick MtcDermott, deceased. Datled Butte, Montana, this 17th day of October, 1919. (First lublication Oct. 17, 1919.) UNDERTAKERS DANIELS & BILBOA l7nderlnkers and Embalmers 125 East Park St., Butte. Phone 388. Residence Phone 4817-V. Auto and Carriage Equipmeot. LARRY DUGGAN Reliable Undertaker and Embalmer 822 North Main Street Phone 770. LLET.IN GILLIS JURY (Continued trom Page One;) Gillis' being ,n top. But because Miss SullliV nI was the only witness. out. of all who testified, to say that Gi!lis was on tIlop, it has been quite generally ho;~gh that she ,as mis taken. But County Attorney Rotering, it: his analysis of Ihi evidence, pointed out some thing:: which would indi rate that Miss Sullivan was right. Mr. Rotering, himself says that he behltves absointriv tIhat she was right. and that Iherman Gillis suc ceeded in getting uppermost in the struggle before he drcw his gun and fired into the face of his l)rostrnit antagonist. Mr. Rot-'ring pointed out the fact that Gillis' gun was in his right hip1 pocliket, s Gils hiiiiiseif testified, and that Gillis and Carrioll lay on the street with their heads to tlhe west, as Gillis himself testified. Miss ISullivan stood on the steps of the Napton. Miss Sullivan saw Gillis pull his gun from his right hid pock et. She saw the gun puilled. "Hlow," asked Attornley ltotering. 'could Noralh Sullivan froml the Nap ton block steps see the gun drr. n from Gillis' right hip pocket by Gil lis' right hand when Gillis lay with his head to the west, unless Gillis lay face down? If Gillis had lain flat on his hack in the street, with lhis head to the west, as. he testified that he did, how could Miss Sulli an see the gin pulled?"'' SWhile the defense's witnesses, in cluding Gillis himself, claim that Oil lis was underneat h., of t lie state wit nesses, three did not see the actual shooting, one was toot far away to Ibe reliable, two who stood on the -steps of the Napston were divided in ilbelief as' to whether Gillis, at the exact time of the shooting, was on top or underneath. Of these two, howe\ver, Miss Sullivan was positivo I ud unmistakable in her testimony -to the effect that she plainly saw Gillis, while he was on top of Car Ciroll, drtaw the gun fronl a right hip pocket and lire into Carroll's face. i But however contradictory the evidencle of the state maylll have been ont this onet of who was iuppermost. at ally rate they were unanitunous int declalring that there was no steditious sholluting f.r the kaiser, nor villifi cation of the allies. They we.re unauti Inous as to Gillis crossing the slrere to Ibutt into, the strangers on the oth er' side. They wre unlanimous as to G(illis being the aggressor with in '-ilts alld blows. They were uttrnuti ;mos in saying that Gillis and Car roll sltrugged alone in the strenet, the others with C(arroll keeping their tlis Itnce. Bulletin Want Ads Get Result. Phone 52. You See This Will See Yours W E can make your ad as attractive as this one with effective cuts and copy. Our contract with the Bonnet - Brown Sales Service brings you the opportunity of putting your advertising on the highest plane of attrac tiveness and efficiency. Have our Ad Man call and show you cuts and ads for your line of business. This service is supplied without extra charge to our advertisers. Tele phone 52 for Advertis ing department. BUTTE DAILY BULLETIN ......` I- -~~ IF YOU WANT WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU WANT IT USE BULLETIN WANT ADS ' C'A WORD NO AD 15 CENTS IN ADVANCE * LESS THAN MALE HELP WANTED FOR SALE ARE YOU SICK OI CRIPPLED? A few treatments of CHI1I'OPlRAC fIC will relieve you. At any rate .lve it a trial. Quit drugs. Avoid tme operation. See Flora W. Emery, itoonm , dilver Bow block. WANTEDI--Ambitious men to pre pare for promotion. Apply In ternational Correspondence School, uasement, No. 1 West Broadway. THE IUBBERI SHOP-R u b b er goods repaired. Rubber boots and shoes resoled. No. 5 North lont;tna street. FOR 1thZlT IWO FUIRNISHEI) OUSEKEEP ing rooms with a clothles close.t, sink and range, $18, at 119 \V. Broadway. Phone 4901-11. DESIRABLE outside rooms, all uiot0 ern conveniences. Rates reason able. Miners and students solicited 421 W. Galena. THE BEST ROOMS IN TOWN; HOT and cold water; steam heat, $3.00 per week and up. The Dumas, 45 E. Mercury. NEAT, WARM, sunny rooms; quiet; I good clean beds; transient or per-j inanent. 544 S. Main. ONE 4-ROOM house, one 3-room house, also garage. Apply rear 715 S. D)akota. ONE LARGE FRONT ROOM FOR housekeeping; modern. 317 E. :Mercury. FOUR ROOMS, NEATLY FUR nished for housekeeping, includ ing hot and cold water. 907 S. Main TWO nicely furnished housekeeping rooms. 9 N. Clark. Phone 4426-J. FURNITURE FOR SALE FUIRNITURE of four rooms. 101 S. Warren. HAT CLEANING THAT old hat-Make It look lik, new at the Nifty Hat Shop. 86~; East Park St. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY advanced on Liberty bonds, diamonds, watches, jewelry and other articles of value; square deal. Peoples' Loan office, 28½ E. Park. GET YOUR MONEY at a per cent 0i diamonds, watches, Jewelry, Lib arty bonds. Mose Linz, Upstairt Jeweler. Two entrances---Main an( Blroadway. MONEY LOANED on diamonds watches, jewelry and Liberty bonds at a reasonable rate of i erest. The Old Reliable. I Simon, 21 N. Main St. W\VE HAVE money to loan in large and sliUlll amtlllOllt on real estate alnd . hatt(ls. No delay. Von Fal-I kenstein & Co., 010 Phoenix blk. SOFT DRINKS THE CANTEEN, No. 11 S. Montana street, soft drinks of all kinds cigars and tobacco. PERSONAL MADAME GUY, spiritualist, meetsa every Sunday, Tuesday, Friday at 101 E. Granite, downstairs. HOMESTEADS LOCATED WILL LOCATE YOU on C. or 1/ section in southern Idaho. Best sugar heet and spud land in Amner icea; creek running through land; close to timber and several mines; land selling for $32 raw; power rail road surveyed through country. In quire ait 314 Goldberg block fronm I to 6 p. m., or drop note. CARPENTERS BEFORE remodeling your home this fall, come to us for an esti mate. VWe make a specialty of win dows, doors. kitchen cabinets, buf fets, colinnadeos. anything to imake tile home mlodern. Our prices are right; all work guaranteed. Call (;77 and our estimater will be at your service. Hatch Milling Co., Porphyry and Wyoming st. CHIMNEY SWEEP .IOHN BRADLEY. professional chimn ,r <""., and furnace mnian. Phone 3524-J. NEW PLAYER PIANO-A sample just sent tromn the factory; noth ing like it on the market. Must be sold before Monday noon. Terms. 726 W. Park st. 1 PIANO, HEATER, DAVENETTE, dresser, rocker. Venis Martin bed, Singer :;ewing machine. Phone 2867-J. 206 N. Jackson. JEWELRY and second-hand cloth ing for sale at Uncle Sam's Loan Office, 11 S. Wyoming street. GROCERIES, stock and fixtures, corner Olympia and Harrison. Ap ply at place. CHEAP-1 SINGER SEWING MA chine; brand new. 1601 Nevada avenue. 4 ROOMS OF FURNITURE. 727 E. Galena. SHOE SHINE PARLOR THE BOSTON HAT SHOP-Hats cleaned and reblocked. Ladies' and gents' shoes repaired, dyed, cleaned and shined. No. 118 North \lain. Branch shining parlors at 28 W. Park st. O. K. SHIOE SHOP. First class re pairing done at reasonable prices. Open evenings until 9. 125 Covert street. Second Hand Goods Bought and Sold. HIGHEST prices paid for second hand clothing, shoes, tools, Jew elry. etc. New and second hand goods for sale. Globe New and Second HNnd ,Stnre. Phone 614u-J. 4 South Wyoming. FINANCIAL Fl'VE THOUSAND WORKERS wanted to buy $5 worth of stock in The Bulld.in Publishing Co. SECOND-HAND FURNI TURE WANTED -- - -= .....- =, HIIGHEST price paid for used furni ture and stoves. Union Furniture Exchange, 2,8 E. Park; phone 2783-J. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE AND ranges. City Furniture Exchange, 206 E. Park street. Phone 6459-W. HIGHEST PRICE paid for old cloth ing, shoes, hats, trunks, tools. Phone 3557-W. TRANSFERS IBUTTE Taxi and Baggage, taxicabs and touring cars. Day and night calls rromptly altended to. Phone 100, 48]_ E. Broadway. EXPRESSMAN'S headquarters. Ex pressmen when you want them. Phone 974. CLEANERS AND DYERS CLEANING, pressing and repairing. WV. F. Van Weel, 843 Utah ave. AMERICAN Dyeing & Cleaning Wks. 134.1 Harrison ave. Phone 131. CHIROPRACTORS What is Chiropractic? Newest and greatest science for removing the cause of disease. Dr. J. D. Long and Dr. B. W. Long, 126 Pennsylvania Building. Phone 4077-W. CARPENTERS A. O. JACOBSEN-Jobbing, cabinet. office work. Shop rear 150 West Granite street. Shop phone 1385, or call 1147. TONSORIAL HAVE your children's hair cut at E. J. Swaidner's barber shop, 133/2 W. Broadway. SCAVENGERS NIGHT AND DAY SCAVENGERS For city and county-Vaults and cesspools a specialty. Perry & Paton, 1037 Maryland avenue. Phone 407h-W. BIG 4 TAILOR OVERCOATS