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Opo FORECAST 3. NO. 157. Œtje i^utte l^atlp Post BUTTE MONTANA. MONDAY. JULY 2. 1917 WEATHER FORECAST MONTANA ■»lly fair tonight and PRICE FIVE CENTS ACTIONS TO EXEMPTION BOARDS UNDER THE DRAFT LAW e Are . Be No Class Exemptions; Each Case Must Be Decided on Its Merits IDENT CAi S UPON MEMBERS OF DS FOR ABS jLUTELY IMPARTIAL FEARLESS EXECUTION OF DUTY the Drawing of the Names From the List of Those Regis to Be hixed for Near Future. Men Summoned Will Appear re Local Boards for Physical Examination and to State Claims for Exemption. Appeals to District Board. Decisions Are to Be Made Quickly. NS ENTITLED TO CHARGE FROM DRAFT rs of the United States, of the states, ler ■nd the District of Colimbia, ministers of students of divinity; persons in the mil naval service of the United States; sub Germany, all other aliens who have not ut first papers; county or municipal offi stoms house clerks; workmen in federal arsenals and navy yards; persons in the service designated by the president for ex pilots, merchant marine sailors; those status with respect to dependents which their exclusion desirable (a married man pendent wife or children, son of a depend *ow, son of dependent aged or infirm brother of dependent orphan child under t of age); those found morally deficient, y member of any well-recognized religious 'xisting May 18, 1917, whose creed forbids -ation in war and whose religious convic "ords wi.h rhe creed. hington, July 2.—Regulations to govern the next ward selecting a national war army from the mil i registered for service on June 5 were issued today direction of President Wilson. The regulations it clear that there are to be no class exemptions and ach individual case must be decided upon its merits, cal exemption boards—one for each county of less 45,000 population or city of 30,000, with additional 's where necessary for each additional 30,000 popu —will pass upon claims for exemption except those upon industrial or agricultural occupation, subject peal to the district boards. All cases involving agri ral or industrial exemptions will be passed upon by istrict boards—one for each federal judicial district ich also will decide ap peals from decisions of the boards. he near future a date will he ne* Idagter General Crowder, provost »I general, for the meeting and zrttlon of the boards. At the time It Im exported that the se i regulation** will he promu! - ho that the process may be put way without delay. The pres Intention In to call the men se d to the colors about Sept. 1, or <*n thereafter as the cantonments ouse them can be completed, a statement accompanying the concernent of the regulations, the blent called upon the boards to do lr work fearlessly and Impartially to remember that "our armies at front will be strengthened and sus ed If they be composed of men free ni any sense of Injustice In their de of selection." t President's Statement. IThe statement follows: f 1 he regulations which I am today luslng to be promulgated, pursuant P the direction of the selective service the remaining steps of the calling into the service of the w «.no uireot |w. cover t pan for call __tContlnued on Pag« Sevan.] MISSING MONTANA GIRL FOUND IN PHILADELPHIA (*lma Pomeroy, Daughter of District Judge at Kaiispell ana a Prominent Suffrage Worker, Has New York Po lice Guessing. ■; Ju,y »--Charle. W. Ct L. ïî! lct Jud ** of dilphla tha t '*M '" formed fro® aa P ~ th ^* hU '«»"»»»ter. Mis, Vel "h U mday r 0 h:; h tl. <,l * ,,PP " red here »" Ktlic, w,„ h *L bMn J ound ,h ere. the *omero»kSt.. toda >' -»>»<»«e The errntü \ ° nce for p hHadelphhk •art!».». iTÎ? °T th ® entire police de nt; th, ""*" n centered on aotr *'P««rance^ r l,.V; r, S U,,d ' n * th * ►ell known In p °meroy, who la anown In auffrage clrclea and — MINE FOREMAN IS ATTACKEO IT STRIKERS They Also Attempt to Prevent Pumpmen From Reaching Mine at Globe. Globe, Arlz., July 2.—Foreman Rich ard Mayne of the Old Dominion mine was stoned by striking miners when he attempted to enter the mine this morning, the first day of the strike «•ailed by the International Union of Mines, Mill and Smelter Workers an l the Metal Mine Workers' union. I , . The Htrikera maintained a picket j about the mine and endeavored inef fectively to prevent pumpmen and electricians reaching the property to save the mine from flooding. An extra force of deputies has been sworn in by the sheriff. The Miami copper mines at Miami also are closed as a result of the strike. tive as a public speaker in gaining recruits for the arm;'. Judge Pomeroy began an Indepen dent ' investigation today which re sulted in the finding of Miss Pomeroy In Philadelphia. The only clew' the police were able to find was the fact that the young woman sent a tele gram to her roommate from a New Jersey town saying "will not be home tonight. Explain tomorrow." Miss Pomeroy, who Is described as being about 2^ years old and an un usually attractive 3*0 ung woman, oa Thursday evening tpld Miss Helen R. Russell, yho shared her bachelor girl's apartment.'that she was going out to attnnor ÏTntl! tn*lav nothing was heard from her except the message that she would not return that night. Miss Pomeroy is a graduate of a wom en's college In Baltimore. FROM THE REGl/LATIONS FOR SELECTIVE DRAFT States shall have credit in the number of men drafted, for the volunteers in army and national guard. Local hoard will summon rru-n whose names are drawn and make the physical examination. Then comes the question of exemption. Claims for exemption because of dependents may be made by the man himself, his wife or other dependents or by a third person who has per sonally investigated the case. Exemption claims by the husband must b« sup ported by affidavits of the wife and by a third party, the head of a family. The claim by the wife must be supported by two affidavits made by heads of families. Local examining hoards must render decisions within three days. Claims to exemption on the ground of necessary industrial and agricultural occupations are to he passed upon by the district boards only. Certificates of ex emption are not permanent. They may be re voked with changing conditions. CHINA IS THE fi Old General and Reactionaries n . „ . .. , Demand Restoration Of the Empire. Washington. Juli - The restoration of the Manchu dynasty in China has been demanded of President Li by General ('hang Hsun and other mil» - tary leaders, according to state depart ment advices from Minister Relnsch »day. Civil war in China is llltarists have the power be hind them that they seem to ha The monan hia! «oup d 'état carne Just at the time when peace was being restored in China. The militarists who had set up a separate government at Tien Tsin in order to for«*e President LI to dissolve parliament and the southern provinces, who had threat ened armed resistance to such action, had finally come together, modified I their demands and united behind PregQ ident Li In a coalition cabinet. ! General Hsun Withdraws. Minister Reinsch's dispatch, which . ...is dated noon yesterda>. says Gen j eral chan* Hiun. military governor of Anhwei prov (Continued Pare Seven.) and leader of t he mil- | LIEE INSURANCE MEN MEET SECRETARY M'1000 Discuss Plans for Insuring the Lives of Soldiers and Sailors. Washington. July 2.—Representatives of virtually all the great life insurance companies in the country are expected to meet Secretary McAdoo and other cabinet members here today to con sider plans for insuring the lives of men in the naval and military service. Under the proposal the government w ould insure the men In service for. limited amounts In case of death. In- ! jury or capture—a S 3 'stem similar to | that Imposed upon sailors In the mer chant marine. In addition to this men w'ould be permitted to take further In surance. Such a plan, if accepted, probably wouldweound the death knell of the pension system In the plan sub mitted to the defense council the ex treme liability of |4.fi00 was sujrgestod. In the merchant marine death benefits range from $1.500 to $5.000. SODDEN IT 1 '« DF W *: ,j CIlblPRISE In the First Blow Delivered in Months They Capture 8,400 Men. KERENSKY SENDS WORD RUSSIA again fights Washington Informed Weeks Ago the Russ Army Was Getting Ready. ■l*qraph«irj Premier Petrograd, Jul/ miniater of war, t* Lvoff today thse lutionary army reiumto the off« on July 1. Russian troop« h«v« captured iuchy, on the officer» and 8,400 announced today The ItfjMMi-iu o au y a that the Kn to the Konto« hv «aptunsd neven I I riannnra continu I respite the tr tacks on lien front, , the * ith 164 r office WO IX KiikhIhii fop rf their offeiiMl e ;i, H MUM. ilUMri flee Turk* of Engidp». also <i' « upb of Kalamin The number various s«-> 10 , 000 . Sou Rutwisri'i «•« positions of t U" enemy TEUTONS ADMIT THE RUSSIAN VICTORY n«rlin. J,j|y 2. (via 1-ondonl. The; German official M.n-m-m today H«ye that the Galician villa«- of Konluchy wax luat y-etenlay to the Riiealan*. but that the Rusalan mama atta-k wan 'Taught up in a ban-in« position. " A freeh Rueaian attack agalnet this l-oaltlon. the statement add», wa» frustrated The German * tuff T V 1 * I Hurpa.esed any hitherto known Some ; Ruanlan imita, it reporta. entirely ____ KERENSKY HAS MADE ... _ j CHANGE IN THE ARMY - J Washingto n. July 2 P'ivlng brl'ks. the Turks, g yesterday continued Aainm th* Turks in th«* »ri forced pursued the • J ciipl»d the village 1 <if Lake 1 »erlbar and *• Turkish stronghold northeast of the lak». rlsoners tak«*n in the ■ Sun «lay Jm more than H*«f of Hrz«nny, the *<J strongly fortified I 'age Have MIN KILLED WITH KNIFE BOOT DRAGGED TO CELLIH Seattle Woman Held on Sus picion-Pocket Knife Used as Weapon. Seattle. July 2.—The body of Sam uel S. Klumph, a painter, aged 40 dead from knife wounds, was found this morning in an unused basement at 112 Bell street. North Feattle. The police arrested Maud HaJlock, who nearby. The police say the ap pearance of the body indicated that. Klumph had been killed in a rear room o t the Hallock house and his body dragged across a courtyard to the basement where it was found. Klumph had been stabbed three times in the neck and once in the scalp with a pocket knife. Klumph had lived with hts mother In the Ballard district of Seattle He was last seen alive yes terday afternoon with a < ompanwn named "Gharlle" near the place where he w-as found dead. " NEW TOOK DETECTIVE IS WAHHEÖ IN ITALY Bologna, l-Ylday, June 2f.—Joseph W Grigg. the New York detective, who came here in connection with the case of Alfred«» Cocchl. the murderer of Ruth Cruger. has been warned that he will meet the fate of Lieutenant Petroaino. Lieutenant Joseph Petroaino was chief of the Italian bureau of the New York detective force. He was sent to Italy by the New York police depart ment In the spring at 1009. and in March of t* at >*ear was assassinated at Palermo, 8lciljr. The murderers of Lieutenant Petroaino were never | brought to Justice. U. S. May Requisition All- Skips Very S oon Washington, July 2. Secretary Redfield is preparing to warn business that the government may find it necessary to requisition shipping tonnage within a short time. Industrialists will be told they should adjust affairs accordingly. PLANTOCOMPKOMISE THE PROHIBITION ISSUES IS REJECTED BY COMMITTEE Senate Agricultural Committee Adopts Gore Measure, Whicti Would Prohibit Distillation of All Beverages and Give Presi dent Authority to Suspend Brewing Operations and the Man ufacture of Wines. Washington, July 2 The senate today adopted 4.1 to 2Z an amend ment tv :he food bill by Senator Brandegee of Connecticut adding cotton and its products, which will include clothing, to products which the government would control. Senator Bankhead s amendment adding wool to the list to be placed under government control was adopted 1 hy viva voce vote. Another amendment hy Senator Smoot of Utah extending government control to hides and skins and their products which would include leather and shoes also was adopted without record vote. : j ! 1 1 Washington, July 2, —* The senate contest over p rohiblrlon w a, cnnipll. ruled «»me whs today whe «ultura 1 committee endor« •d H*imtor «if be\ Nubrttftu te stopping irtd giving distillatbm the presi dent a jthority 0 suspend n an ufacture of bee and w lues. The dminlstra lion c« nipromiH e of Senator Chamber lain *< Lh reject •«1 by the ormntivee Plan a Contest. Dcspit« th«* committee's action, ad ministration leaders planned a con test In the senate to prevent giving th»* president any power to stop pro duction of b«*er find wine and believed they would be successful, although, if absolutely necessary, many of them - • The agriculture committee stood six to five on the Gore substitute eight to four against the < amendment. The commit (Continue * on Page H hamberlain is DECLARES BERLIN WILL NOT MODIFY TERMS Amsterdam. July 2. head of the Baden b tional liberty party. Karlsruhe on Friday was not the sligutest ing peace demands to be observe tne recent meeting of the party le.» In Berlin. These demands were negation of territory in the east, n ing the coasts scour»-, a demand colonial territory' and war Indem i r Rebmann, of the na- ! spoke at lared there ■ing regard- i observed at DR. J. F. SPELMAN, NOTED PHYSICIAN OF ANACONDA, SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS Spelman, city Anaconda. July leading ph quarter Dr F. of this entury ami recognised by the profession through out the northw»«t as a man of marked ability, died at the family home yes terday rr.-orning at II o'c!«>ck after a lingering tllne*» While Yiis death was 1 not unexpected, it cast a gloom over | the city of Anaconda, where he was known and respected not aione for his professional capabilities, but est»emed and admired for his qualities of cftl-, zenship. hi« educational a trail, ment* and his deep Interest in everything that pertained to the advancement of the community. As chief of staff of St. Ann s hos pital for many years. Dr Spelman showed an executive and administra tive ability which won state-wide recognition for him. In the State Medical association. In the councils of which hé was prominent and which he served as president, he was highly regarded both as s physician and as a man whose accomplishment* were not con rtned to his own profes»i«>n Lareer. Born April 18, 1868, the of Michael Spelman, stockman and farm - er of Pawnee, Okla. and Katherine Regan, a native of the Emerald Isle Dr. Spelman.» follow ing a preparatory' course, graduated In medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 1800 and immediately afterwards olf»ln«4 •** (appointment as house surgeon in the hospital at Harrisburg, Pa. 3U months later he came to Anaconda and (Continued Page Twelve J TEUTONIC REPLY TO DECLARATION OF LLOYD GEORGE German Papers Bitter Over Re cent Statements Regard ing Peace. Premier i,io>«J dress Friday, in " n< * t * 1 *' which he said thi »if hour the al!.e * und -d ii Id ™ greatest disaster, the Rheinische fa lie he Zeitung »a - it . «noth dk&tlon tha^ Kngiand needs pe* "Our U-boats will give Lloyd * the best answer. ' continues the The Koelnlsche Volk.» Zeituni the British premier know) Is read> for peace and th* responsibility for the contii of the war re*t* with Kngiand. The Koelnische Zeitung <ie«f ri' proposed peace as a revelation ol llsh deceit, nd .-ays for t «• f • the English premier ad' .».» Engl "conducting a war <*>f robber an quest.'' Time has mad» « hange» the paper, "and a n our arm* h. complished the unbelievable, M « people endure suffering and pri rather than agree to a premat ire for Lloyd George's advantage." TKK LATS DS. DESPITE IDE ;e of DICE RIOTS CO OK Two Negroes Are Taken From Street Car in East St. Louis and Killed. WHITES FIBE UPON THE ' NEGROES PROMISCUOUSLY The Trouble Breaks Out Anew When Armed Blacks Pa ra( * e Streets, „ a STRAY BULLET Kll 1 f û WHITE BYSi^-i I X Mob of Whites Resists Militja men _ Rifles Taken F r 0m the Soldiers. Ea»t St. Lo July 2 • ft*r erhile of ho Bullftln)/— om » »treat end killsd, ■» «hi», man «landing in front • tor, vva* killed by « «tray but let. Th, turbulent, of th, mub, in cr«»«,d during th, *ft«rnoon. Rot.r, took th, rifl,, ,«,y from 1 « n „, on ,| guard,m,n; whit, woman and whit, g-rl, ar, participating in th, eiol,nc^ Late thi, afternoon national gu, men took negroe, from Eatt St. L to St Lou.», Mn, m van load, Gu, men marched at each id, of the to i rote't the negroe«. »m whit# fired. negro How it Began.