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They are the < hildren of Bernard Murray, who a few «lays ago shot his wife and then committed sui cide The order appointing the guar dians was made by Judge Dwyer this morning ANSONIA The Ansonia Is Montana's Greatest Popular Priced Theater, Offering the Best Vaudeville y Qnd the Most Standard Features on the Screenij Shown TQtnn.ro. ovt%TV\ ci"»» n Tomorror^^ SUNDAY <>»• ■*., «m, Here's a Standard Bill for All Patrons "Barred From the \ Bar" I Cuts i I Another of thooe Joker comedies, , ■ y V full of fun J Two Special Vaudeville Acts for Sunday ^"The Bubble of Love" Waterall and Winifred îd ! ind the ! Andres Sisters And Two More Pictures, Comedy and Travel f 'Doctor Dorsey Travel Pictures in America" J ^"Mr. Fuller Pep^ s Takes a Trip to ■ the Country" J Monday. Tuesda^^ and Wednesday MONDAY William Pn will presont Here for three days The Beautiful Leading Lady From Filmland GLADYS COBURN In the drams. ' Ths Screen Call** THURSDAY WilHui In -111 pr~.nl hart f.r Ihn. Jar. The Ever Popular Star of the Screen World ROB'T WARWICK Vi la Ik. Ina«, "TW Man Wk. F.riat" STORK BRINGS TWINS TO MR. AND MRS. PLACE Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pi 91» West Woolman street, in the M ray hospital, Feb. 8, two daughtt Both Mrs. Place and her babies at doing well, and Mr. Place, an employe of the Daly bank, is buying cigars for iiis many friends who nr- < --mpl indent ing him upon having two fine baby daughters. Both of the girls weigh nine and one-half pounds. Merit means success, crease of Walker Cafe. A vfTJSEM ENTS Star of "The Great Divide" and "The Girl of ----...oilcan t omorrow Only MOU-TE Peter./* _ Myrtle /tedman THEHAPPIfitf/ OF THREE WOMEN' <YM.fCO-A«rMV«Myr CALENDAR OF WEEKLY EVENTS AT AMERICAN Sunday Only—House Peters and Myrtle Stedman in ' The Happiness of Three Women." A Paramount produc tion in five parts. Paramount Picto graph; Current Newsiogrraphs, done up Just a little different. Monday and Tuesday—Fannie Ward, in "Betty to the Rescue," Paramount DAISY JEROME HEADS SPLENDID PANTAGES SHOW AT BROADWAY j Headed by Daisy Jerome, the famous singing comedienne, the new Puntages vaudeville show at the Broadway the I ater started off and went through ■ splendidly this afternoon at the ChU I dren's Special Saturday Mainee. Noth ing la lacking in this show to make it I n real winner. Miss Jerome is a most delightful en tertalner. a vaudeville star of the first magnitude, and her songs, in fact her entire act and her mannerisms, her j personality and ability, are such as I cause her to be a most emphatic fa | vorite. j "The Jungle Man," a remarkably in telligent and trained animal from the j jungles; Motor Madness, a thrilling j aerial performance of original ch&rac ' ter; Harry Rose, "All by Himself' and I with a lot of clever entertainment; I Amoros and Mulvey, a handsome and clever young lady and clever young [ nun In a splendid dancing act en I tit: *d "At Maxims"; Morton Brothers, exj rt paperologists and harmonlcists. als>> cause the new show to be a de light Pant gescope introduces the first of Its new series of celebrated Fox moving picture comedies, ths Initial one being a two-reel Fox comedy en titled "The Cloud Puncher." P'E butte daily post POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS T.M.C.UHCKITECT Selection Is Popular, as Mr. Hamill is Able and Competent. Floyd Hamill. the well-known local architect who hm had charge of many large buildings in Butte and throughout the state, was selected a !f* llt * rt , f the new Y. M. C. A. building at a meeting of the executive committee last evening. Mr. Hamill was unanimous choice of the meeting, received every vote on the first ballot I Mr. Hamill has already been selected as the architect for the proposed Dea coness hospital. Tin field was open to all architect' No nominations were made and the committee decided to take a bullnt, which resulted ill the choice of Mr. Hamill The Y. M. C. A. architect since com ing to Butte several years ago has dem onstrated his efficiency and talent in many ways. That he is thoroughly . competent in every way is uckuowi I edged by all and his selection is quite popular. The committeemen feel that I they have secured a thoroughly compe tent architect who will plan a struc ture that will be an ornament to the citv. Mr. Hamill will start at once outlin ing the plans for the new institution. The transfer of the I.avell property has been authorized by the court. Al though the property cannot be turned over to the committee for two weeks, bids will be asked without delay for tearing down the present dwelling and preparing the site for the foundations. COURT APPROVES SALE OF THE Y. M. C. A. SITE Judge J. V. Dwyer today signed an order approving the suie by Helen L. Nelson, as administratrix of the Goef frey La veil estate, of the property on West Park street !•> the Young Men's Christian association for the sum oi $25.000. The admit.'stratrix was au thorized to transfer tfie property to the new owner. THE BUTTE DAILY POST POSTS YOU ON THE NEWS five-part drama Bray Cartoon, a new one-reel comedy. Wednesday and Thursday— William Desmond, in The Iced Bullet." an other of those fascinating Triangle mystery dramas. "Honest Thieves," a brand new Triangle comedy. Hearst Selig News. Friday and Suturday—Bessie Love, in "Nina, the Flower Girl," featuring one of Triangle's daintiest stars. "A Noble Fraud." Triangle one-reel com edy. one other reel number. ' v THIS 18 MISS OAISY JEROME Th, hiniom«, clev,r and famous »ing* ing comadianna who heads tho new Pantag«« vaudavill# »how at Broadway Main springs $1.«0, guaranteed Mayer, lowest priced Jeweler In Mon tana. 21 West Park.—Adv. \ Sunday Only HOUSE PETERS Star of "The Great Divide"—"The Girl of the Golden West" And Other Big Favorites With MYRTLE STEDMAN -IN THE HAPPINESS OF THREE WOMEN" Paramount Pictograph Monday and Tuesday FANNIE WARD In "Betty To The Rescue" AMERICA'S FOREMOST FUNSTER DOUG' FAIRBANKS In "THE AMERICANO" At the AMERICAN Wed, Thu, Fri.—Feb. 14,15,16 a NEW SHOW STARTS AT I EMPRESS TOMORROW 'Tomorrow afternoon, the Kir,plena vlU Inaugurate another vaudeville program which promises to furnish liushels of fun, music and wholesome entertainment. There will be plenty of diversion, with six big all star of ferings. Hurt Karle :Oid his talking banjo will furnish an offering which has few equals of Its kind. He is an ar tist on this difficult instrument and ■an virtually make it talk. His mono logue Is immense and he will be sure to please immensely during his ap pearance behind the footlights. Sebastiun Merrll and company will offer a comedy cycling act, with all manner of oddities. The two riders will accomplish a complete somersault simultaneously on a tandem at full peed. "('aught," is the name of a roaring comedy In which Jean Weir and Larry Mack appear. These well known ar tists are seen at their best In this sketch and have been a tremendous success all along the circuit. Den Light and f'orrlne Anderson, are two exponents of ragtime, whose suc cess has placed them In the front rank of performers. They will offer a sing ing and piano number of merit, and one which will be well worth seeing and hearing. The Melvilles present a novel act called "A Study in Electrics." The poses of this clever roupie are aided by electricity und the effects are said to be most beautiful. Kelley and Rowe have a travesty and singing number that Is a winner It is called "All For Fun" and certain ly lives up to Its name. The Empresscope will portray "The Shielding Shadow." the gripping mo tion picture story and also the latest news events of the day by the Hearst Pathe Weekly. Tonight the final performances will be given of the much talked of "All Girl Revue of 1917," and those who lZl,rT' d , 11 " hould bj ' •>» means attend the last shows tonight - Ifs the greatest-ever. It | 8 best to go early and get good seata. AN OLD FRIEND. Two youngsters, haring cultivated the acquaintance of their neighbor across h, al.lc in the Pullman, because hé sL ln uniform, asked him If he was a lient»., ant in the navy like their papa UmplKln. the stranger answered hl Here's Another Vaudeville Bill sz I sho V=| sSrdïN That's all Class for f \ Sunday,Monday,Tuesday V «£+ J Empress Bert Earle And His Talking Banjo Sebastin Merril JEAN WEIR AND LARRY MACK In Ben Light and and Company Pmn —Comedy "Caught" CORINNE ASKEW*» Glerfal EiponcnU «f A Whirlwind Act A Bright 8kK Ragtime The Melvilles Present "A STUDY IN ELECTRICS'' Kelly^Rowe A Series of Laughs "AM. FOR FUN" "The Shielding Shadow"—Empresscope—Latest News Events Las t Time Ton ight "The AH Girl Revue ol 1917 " Don't Miss This—The Biggest . All Girl Act Ever Seen on a Local Vaudeville Stage COME EARLY—GET FRONT SEATS