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TELEPHONE
1-9-8-5
McCarthys
64 Eut Broadway
For the Biggeet and Best Values
»n Butte.
Grocery Specials
Every Day
Extra fancy wrapped bacon
1 wholesale» .per ib on!*......23c
Extra fine eg«.« <whei .med
•way I 2 dog. for.....75c
Half boxes of assorted c Okies
only ......... I 1 *' 5
PS-1K sack of 1 'omo flour and
IS. lb of sugar for ** 25
4 lb. of extra f * e r e for 25c
2 lb. of Hill Bros Bed Can
coffee for ......
25 lb. of sugar d- vered
an order of groceries).
48 tall cans of a W-üdine
75c
of
only .
Per doz.
Per
an iwhen earr.ed awa
only
10c
No 1
5 1 '
5-lb.
*• ?:
2 lb
Tetlev's fine India-Ceylon
tea f
»' 1S
15 lb
of pure are s .far for S'
with
each M-lb. ss< k of "Elec
trie
Light. L>> :. - Bert
**< 'om
o' Dour the Bus«-;;-Miller
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Our 3rd
ANNIVERSARY
Shoe Sale
Is still in progress—of
fering you great savings
in shoes for women and
children.
51 W. Park St.
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EVIDENT IN RUSSIA
Newspapers Discuss Freely the
Declarations of New
Premier.
ad Ja
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Jan
new
v *ide of the
exhibited tot
15).—The spirit of the Russia
year day gilded the seamy side
politics which has
so long In the columns of the press,
and today's newspapers although pur
suing the usual round of polilu&l
comment, abound in views of the past
and feiecasts of th* future Leaders
of public organizations su< : as the
Boyuz. whose patriot!« w • L in the I
face of great diff Lillies l as t.lined (
the warm support and appreciation of j
the country, unite in expressing the !
conviction that internal affairs of Rus
sia are not beyond re pa ; or so had as
they have been painted
The newspapers find another cause i
for satisfaction in the allies' reply to
the American note and comment on
what they term its pre- ision and dig
nity as contrasted with opj< site qual- |
ities alleged to l*e displayed in the
notes of the - entrai powers The
Reach, however, does not lose tight or
the political situation or the r ew
strength of the reactionaries, as shown
!n the recent ministerial « banges The
new premier.'' this paper says, 'has
reiterated the many laudable senti
ments of his predecessors, but in en< h
of h.> declarations there is a but.
Colla l-orating with the duma is nec
easarv. but the government eannot
tolerate such events as took place re
cently. Public organizations are nec
essary . but only so long as they carry
out their duty. Meetings can be al
lowed but there must be a reason for
auch meetings. In other words, every -
thing can be allowed but everything
must be under the supervision of the
bureaucracy.''
THE BUTTE DAILY POST
POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS
Ak-tak-Mntel!! Cttcklag C«M ?
Get • Bom« of
Mantho-Laxene
Tak• m ai r»et »4 right aw my.
Ctwi i mmé tWrti r*l4i »né
te M a*ar*. GunKwd.
Vaulaf n |m 4 . Pmn m. Mikn
• pfart tf CMfk »rrup Ail trg|
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REFUSED HIM; SHE
GETS BUCK ETES
Emal Loma Uses Caveman Tac-
tics Upon Girl of His
Choice. ___
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"Marr> me"' __
Nothing doing." ^ : -
• You must mart me
•Not a « lift nee: beat it.*
This conversation between E-nw
Loma and Ute sirl of -bis ■ hoi e
brought both parties into complications
which culminated this morning in pn
ourt.
When the elrl refused I -orra, he hit
her ir. the face with his fist ' *■ '
man -a tic? failed to ring atout the
desired results and la>ma gate his
. ot id-t- bride a rair of 1 • *• «>•*
and she called the rolice.
w > • . : - been all
right' in the store art. I U the> dont
rk ■ B Mont
de '«red J rdge Wf. ft You're fired
I« , 0.1 if vou dont if you wdi go
SliTTE III BRIEF
M .«* A : me Berry eft
. •• • v te gone *. ' Cio.Mr^
.'■!:> H F • i'*-r e a passe -
-
u.« Colorado
!'among the i*
fr«j.m Dr unira*
H O. Millet
f Ka
i.spell is spend
a fev» day# w it
frie
nda in the eit
J D Edison
Jr..
an attorney
Whitehall, is a
eue«
at the Finlen
Mr and Mrs
H.
« ieorjr*- Bis#
M*-lrose .irE gu«=
SIS H
t the A ma.
e Short Line for
i»rant E Pir.- h
id Mrs. Sarrl
er today
F. Thom« h;
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« 'ha rle
«' K Hover of Wall?
at the Butte.
Wa!:-r of She-idan
fri<
Butte
*tis
among the
visiting
a guei
A nden
itors from Missoula.
J P Donnelly of Helena
friends in the city.
J. K. Lo'-khart of Helena is a gue
at the Thornton.
Mr and Mrs. S M. Sou don of R
Lodge are here
J Zvwert of Billings is among the
visitors in the city.
Florence Baker of Three Fork
guest at the Butte.
R. R Child of Great Falls
! at the Thornton.
William Grunan of Jeff.
I « a me over today.
I E Graham of Bozeman is visiting
friends in Butte
Harvey H East of Southern
, is in the city.
, E. C Day of Helena is visiting
I friends in the t-itv.
, Rudolph Vogel. Jr is among the
I Bozeman visitors j
« hurles McDonnell of Big Timber i
Y here today. j
j Montana I ano Co.—I'tmost piano [
{ value.—Adv.
A W Warr of Lewiatown is at the
! Thornton.
J N Dier of Helena is among the
visitor#.
R Campbell is among the Helena
visitor#
Joseph c Smith of Dillon is here
today
W H I^wton came over.today from
Ennis
F. D. Willis came to the city from
Dillon
\ W B. Saunders of Helena is here
' today.
P « *. Join son of Laurin Is here
today.
L. H. Olaon came over from Burke.
Idaho.
C. H Ha veil of Lewiatown came In
today.
II. W Crossen of Helena came over
today.
R. M. McGluece of Helena is in the
city.
Dr. Borghoff of St. James' hospital
ha# returned from a trip to Omaha.
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The "Quality First** Stor#
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' f u a-y tjgy
In Domestic Supplies and Yardage Goods
_ ... ________/- hrr„*ehnld necessities, including /ffîrvi» \
ThU year's greatest economy sale in household necessities including
inlarge varied assortments towels of all kinds, sheets, pillow cases
bedspreads, tablen linens and ever y sort of white wash goods. In spite
of the extreme difficulty m procuring goods and the ««««■^ "
manufacturing costs, we have prepared this year larger
ever before, and by reason of purchasing over a year ago, our prices
are lower, in comparison to present markets, than ever before Only
a few of the bargains included in this sale are mentioned here.
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BLEACHED MUSLIN
Regular
Regular
Regular
.Muslin, for. tard .......
Muslin, for, yard.......
Muslin, for. \ard.......
Regular
Regular
Regular
Regula
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INDIA LINEN
,c India Linen for yard ... ....... 9c
India Linen, for. yard... .....13'ic
India Linen for. yard.......... 19c
India Linen, for. vard......... 29c
PERSIAN LAWN
Regular
Regular
Regular
Regular
Regular
Regular
Regular
Persian Lawn. for. yard......... 1 9c
Persian Lawn. for. yard......... 29o
Persian Lawn. for. yard......... 39c
Persian Law n. for. yard. ... ...... 50c
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EXTRA SPECIAL
45-Inch French Lawn
A beautiful sheer fabric. \er\ much in demand
for waists and fine hand-made underwear; 35c
. \alue for. yard ........ ................. 19c j
CAMBRIC MUSLIN
22' 2 c Cambric, for. yard.........
25c" Cambric, for, yard.........
35c Cambric, for, yard.........
DOTTED SWISS
20c Dotted Swiss, for. yard......
25c Dotted Swiss, for. yard......
35c Dotted Swiss, for. yard......
MERCERIZED BATISTE
40c Mercerized Batiste, for. yard. .
45c Mercerized Batiste, for. tard .
65c Mercerized Batiste, for. yard. .
CHECKED DIMITY
Regular 15c Check Dimity, for. yard......
Regular 25c Check Dimity, for. yard......
Regular 30c Check Dimity, for. yard......
19c
20c
29c
Regular
Regular
Regula"
15C
20c
29c
Regular
Regular
Re-i!ar
30c
35C
50c
12tC
20c
25«*
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EXTRA SPECIAL
Seed Voiles. Milite Plisse
Shadow stripe effects and a variety of the newest
and most beautiful patterns, in white goods of dif
^ferent kinds: special, yard............... 25 Cj
CHECK FLAXONS
Regular 30c Check Flaxons. for. yard..........25<"
Regular 40c Check Flaxons, for. yard..........35$
Regular 50c Check Flaxons, for. yard.........40c
•LONG CLOTH
Regular $1.50 Long Cloth, for, bolt....... $1.25
Regular $1.75 Long Cloth, for. bolt...... $1.50
Regular $2.50 Long Cloth, for. bolt....... $2.25
Regular $3.50 Long Cloth, for. bolt......$2.75
NAINSOOK
Regular $2.25 Nainsook, for, bolt......... $1.75
Regular $3.00 Nainsook, for. bolt....... $2.25
Regular $3.50 Nainsook, for, bolt........ $3.00
Regular $4.00 Nainsook, for. bolt........ $3.50
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EXTRA SPECIAL
Palm Beach Cloth
Mercerized poplin. Oxford suiting, and silk striped
suiting; the most popular fabrics for skirts and
^ sport clothes: special prices, yard. 25c t0 60C j
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3ed Linens and Towels *r
Bed Sheets
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Pillow Cases
Régulai
Régulai
Regula 1
JV pillow
30c pill«*w
35c pillow
Huck Towels
Regular Sl'J'si huck tow
Régulai 20c buck towels
Regular 35c buck towels
Regular 40e buck towels
Bedspreads of All Kinds
Regular £1.75 bedspread*
Regular £2.00 bedspreads
Regular *2.75 btdspreads
Regular $3.25 bedspreads
Regular *4.59 bedspreads
Regular $6.0ii bedspreads
Extra Special!
Hemstitched Sheets
ni hundred dozen extT
<.f great durability, in
î "e ; regular $1.25 for .
fine quality 'beets
i/e 81x90; reads to
98c
Turkish Towels
illy.
Jugular 17c Turkish towels
Regular 20c Turkish towel
Regular 22 1 a Turkish towel
Regular 30c Turkish towels
Regular 40c Turkish towels
Extra Special ! Bed Sets
Consisting of one beautiful full size hed
l»read and batiste cover to match; splendidly
u 'de and shown in a variety of handsome
designs. Special price..
$4.50 to *6.50
Embroidery Specials
l.ORSKT 4 .OVER AND
BROIDERIES 18 inches i
auil .................
FI.Ol'N« 1NG EM
Ade. Special at 33c
................35c
Al.LOYKH EMBROIDERIES
^tc-gulnr 65c for ............
BABY FI-Ol NI C.ING in Swiss, lawn or iinin
sook, 27 inches wide Special ... Me and &5.
EMBROIDERY EXOll'N'ClNGS —Ti inche
wide. Special at .............$1.50 to $2.5»
DRESS Fl.Ot N't.INO of crepe, soile or nain
sook. 45 inches wide. Special. $1.25 to $1
Fancy andTable Linens]
Table Damask
Regular 40c damask, yard.........................
Regular 60c damask, yard.........................
Regular 75c damask, yard ........................
Regular 85c damask, yard ........................
Regular 81.00 damask, yard .......................
Regular $1.50 damask, yard ........................1
Regular $2.25 damask, yard ..................
Dresser Scarfs
with lace or scalloped
Of good «I ualit.'
regular 35c for
Table Napkins
Regular $1.75 table napkins, dozen
Regular $1.50 table napkins, dozen
Regular $3.50 table napkins, dozen
Regular $4..'*«) table napkins, dozen
Regular $5.50 table napkins* dozen
Regular $0.50 table uapkins, dozen
dges
. . 29c
C EXTRA special
Soiled Towels 1-4 Off
Hundreds of touels of all kinds, ranging
in price from 10c to 50c. slightly soiled
from display, at ONE-FOURTH of the.
^ regular prices. _ j
Dresser Scarfs
Of beautiful quality, with lace edge'
work; regular 11.25 for
Extra Special!
LUNCH SETS—Consisting of one ~
ter. six 6-inch and six 12-inch doilies }°
match; shown in different patterns. Spccw I
a» ^ H.W
Extra Special!
l.l'NCH SETS of 13 piece?, beautiful!} I
with Cluny tace edge. Special __
EXTRA SPECIAL
Damask Remnants
A great accumulation of remnant* «
damask in pieces of from one-half to three
yards in length, offered j '
duccd prices.
greatly re- I
Extra Special Table Linens l A Off
Including doilies, centerpieces, lunch cloths, etc., in great variety;
slightly soiled from display ; the prices vary greatlv, but are all re
y _duced by ONE FOURTH.
a.
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R.
today
where he si ent the holidays at the
home of hi# mother.
A A Zimmerman ..f Helena came
J. Johnson of Dillon came over
Dr. Stryker, osteopath. Henneasv blk.
P J Manning of Boulder is in
town.
J R. Allen of Helena came over to
day.
J B. Burn# came here from Helena,
J P Burn# is here from Great Fall#.
R. II. Ingle is here from the capital.
W. B Hartwig is here from Dillon.
J L. Buford is here from Alder.
jar of
co l_ j
umnar book, loose leaf book. Journal '
ledger, daybook record, cash book, i
A SHEET OF CARBON
Box of typewriter paper, manuscript
cover, filing case, stamping machine,
quart, pint or ounce of ink,
paste, paper clips, fastener.
counter book, receipt book, note bo«jk, \
any kind of blank book, memorandum,
package of envelopes, box of paper,
writing tablet, pens, pencila, erasers,
sealing wax or a thousand other Heme
in stationery, at The P. O. News
Stand. 25 W. Park—Adv.
Subscribe for +h# Butte Daily Post
DEFENSE DENIED NCCESS
TO LIST OF ML JURORS
(Continued from Tage One.)
J
had had the list since Jan. 2. There
are 60 members of the jury pane!
grand Jury, but 11 have appeared for
trial. Three have not been appre- !
hended. The defendants include Messrs.
Alderson and Ray, president and treas
urer of the company; Robert Side
bothorn and J. G. G. "Wilmot. fiscal
agents and promoters; D. G. Bertoglio,
a MeaderviUe merchant and one of the
directors; J. W. Speer of Great Falls,
M A. Cort, an office employe of
company; C. A. Rainwater, C. W
Of the 14 defendants indicted by the ,
lohin and E. C. Willis.
District Attorney Wheeler and As
sistant District Attorneys Homer
Murphy and James H. Baldwin are
prosecuting the case and the array of
legal talent for the defense includes
The firm of Galen 4k Metier. Helena
D. M. Kelly, Jease B. Route, Kremcr,
Banders & Kremer of Butte, Henry C.
^mith and Park Smith of Helena. John j
G. Brown and C. A. Spaulding of Hel- 1
ena, former Governor Hawley of Idaho
and F. A. McDonough of Great Falla.
The Northwestern Trustee company !
is a mortgage loan company organized I
by Sidebotham. and the government
contends that the mails weie used In
the practice of fraud in connection
with the sale of atock
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, SCROFULA AND ALL
HUMORS GIVE WAY
C.
T! ere are many things learned from
experience and observation that the
older generation should Impress upon
that scrofula and othe^h^mors^thl'ch
"nd
other eruptions, can I« most success
fully treated with Hood s Sarsaparilla
This great medicine Is a peculiar
combination of remarkably effective
blood-purifying and health-giving
roots, barks and herbs, which are
gathered especially for It.
Hoods Sarsaparilla lias stood the
teat of forty years.
Get a bottle today—now—from
your nearest drug store. Always keen
U on hand.—Adv.
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UEIT EXPLOSION
BE » TEARS kU
Survivors Meet in Butje—Of
ficer Steinborn Recalls
His Experience.
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Twenty.two years ago today Pa
; trolman John H Steinborn noticed a
! burned 'm ^"allm^'d' tr * Ck ®
later 50 Butte .e^weT
rushed to the morgues
hour
being
In the city,
whiie 250 were being cared for In local
hospitals. Today Is the twenty-sec
ond anniversary of the great explo
sion.
Former Chief of Police Flannery of
Helena, one of the surviving firemen
from the terrible Are, arrived In the
city today. With two others, who
,ere on t!** police and fire depart
ment forces on that terrible night. Mr.
Flannery arrived in the city today. A
th» I
quiet dinner will be held at
of one of the men an f M ^
clock * I
''The fire started about
---- -- today. I
the evening. 22 years a*« ——. «• *• I
Officer Steinborn. 'T happen ^ I
on that beat and when 1 o»' |
flames I sent In
ment. The firemen re ' l '"'";, nlB ukl
mediately and rushed in to 1 B . I
the flames. Then came the n
plosion, which was a
small one
The *"■
pared to the second blast -- lM i
department was wiped ou f|
exception ot four nten.
numbers are growing
year. Last year there were
thin year but three." _
four î
OUCH!
A gossip is old Mrs. Lime
The neighbors know DM»
And they all call her
Because they know tnai
tell.
Three
.IM» til « 11 '
these are still living. " j,
people were killed and — it «il
Juded. I was badly hu E' * , \ble *|
several months before ' j
leave the hospital? m *l|
"It has been our P»l
every year In a Rttle dh^- M( t|

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