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kof the Ruli.'.g Of the Depart ment of Justice at Washington. ... Wishi'ilton -post» c heb. 8.—A con l™, „„'her of citizens, who convicted in the federal " Za »hose sentences have been may suddenly And them rfln* the doors of the penl fefnrmity " ith ,hp recent d - ,lr ,hf I nlteil States supreme * ln lhe case of Juilsre Killctt» of w 1 , .„.„let in which the highest *held that any order of a I'nited .... district Judge suspending the „ of a criminal sentence is *.L department of justice today iècns to bring about the arrest jMfCUtlon of the sentences of those . „ h0 a ,e now enjoying their « because of the clemency un exercised by federal Judges. r ame install* those under sus Lifd sentences doubtless will be , with leniently, while in other tin department will enforce the fÄenced longer than 10 ■ , ar e not effet ted by the de •, vigorous action. A letter It to every district attorney in the KTthTend that cases affected by . above decision may be intelli -tir disposed of. y ou are re.i nested r„,„re with all i.osBible dispatch j transmit to this department a .j. ,,f nil cases in your district f,|tltli at any time since Jan. 1, there has been a suspenBiun r of imposition or execution of ., or if any such practice shall ë obtained in your district which, , verdict or plea of guilty were file' or continued, with or —tout conti nuance <*f the court term. ftcDnection with each case you are Mted to state its nature and, if _ible. the character of the ac d and his behavior since ills re ß-, also your own recommendation I to whether sentence should or *ild not be enforced, with your rea _u for same." |The department holds that since the «ion of t'l.ese sentence« was and void from the beginning, t Is nothin* to be done except to vd with the ex er ut ion of the sen i The department has no knowl *how many may be affected. TE HIGH GIRLS ORGANIZE A CLUB I The pirls of the Hutte hi«h school, itin* sophomores, Junior« and . elected permanent officers of »organization which is to Vie known I the Bytte High «iirls as follows at ^ meeting yesterday afternoon with I Jean Scott: President, Helen pirJe; vice president. Gertrude Leslie; »nding secretary, Florence statistical secretary, Kathryn surer, Isabella Brockway. I The organisation includes 54 charter ■ but the membership will Vie Constitution was adopted. P high standing of scholarship Is re 1 for all members. )CLUB WILL MEET AT COURTHOUSE TONIGHT Butte Advertising club will e vening to consider further ■ Bation * for membership. It Is said 1 10 Fuch applications have been wed. Other stecial business Is »to come before the meeting to .i! the Chum! -er of Commerce at the courthouse. the wise fool. pi*" «am, hut little here below," pM the Sage. p: !<■' return, .! the Fool. "Hut may have noticed that fate usu r y** 1 Mm tap, a better half." "Gets It" Lift Corn Right 6ff ■«Is, Loosens—and It's Gone! '"«ï k L Ultl "V he lid °lt—that's -» , T"!' a torn „ff your Mffftri !j Wn treated with the "O-o-l" End Cora and Plop Paie Quickly With "Gou-Ii* Ï llkC »>00(1168, J?* »nd ,hn ' turned your fnjrn' i f , u f Plasters that £, I* com ,„a ', ond never C 1 *1 run J wh ? Pave dug and jg 1 'ad erh *i ,h kn > ve s and Ly» >k^Z P Lâ n " d * ,h ™ P'eed Painful way, and * *»* « a««'., ,u pu * 2 or s K» a* ttl* T ; ■ onc e. There's pu u' our Bh °* SfJ* TVn xh„ ^ ain - ^ he pain is t h *t u n dleS a Palale® 8 . '■' r « «b,.. .'S" ,rom your te WUi* Cets-It" Is the K v s nr r ' ,n ' 'V In the world ii .rM , '' ,h ' r ns Kota». Ig,. 'St a i*, lt] d Iruggt.,. every I Ut/ E l*wrniVe ' ° n reoelpt o t ■SLhjNle ,nd*. S best recommended as Vrftllnlr 1 "* 1 »' by P»* ^«Ttiscv 1 Montana •* MK '*bre A bru t ;c 0 ' n " n ' pr ^ r Free Class In Embroidering and Crocheting * Tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock in Art Needle work Section on Third Floor. An Expert Teacher in Attendance and Every Woman Is Cordially In vited. Art Needlework Section— Hcnnessy's Third Floor. ^ SMART New TURKISH _ NTANA ' S CUBA in^ BE^ ™'1L L S2 H Hennessy sl street hats Special at. 20x42-inch heavy double thread Turkish towels with fancy blue border; regular 50c quality; special tomorrow.......3 for $1.00 Huck Towels—20x38-inch heavy cotton huck towels; regular 20c quality......15c Sheets—76x99-inch bleached cotton sheets,, special, each........................ 90c Pillow Cases I5x36-inch bleached pillow cases; special, each..................25c Extra '^-i n ch round Battenberg centers and 72-inch Mexican ^■noninl drawn work squares; reg. $5 cJpcttul value, choice now, each $2.50 Hcnnessv's l.lnen Section, North Aisle, Main Floor. BUTTERICK PATTERNS Are to be had in Butte only at Hennessy's; also all Butterick fashion publications, including the Delineator and the ney quarterly Style Book for spring. Pattern Counter on the Main Floor The First of the Hew Spring Collections Are Now Being Shown at Hennessey's Including an exclusive collection of the famous Gage ljats and many other clever noveties in spring millinery; also original creations from our own millinery work rooms. - Millenry Salon, Hennessy's Second Floor. Fine Yarns 10 CtS A Skein Regular 15c Qu. Closing out many odd skeins of regular 15c quality yarn in practically all the waned shades for crocheting, knit ting, tieing comforts, etc. Art Needlework Section Hennessy's Third Floor Women's Hi^h-Grade Suits Now $17.50 Suits From Our Finer r~ -;-- First Showing of New Tailored Coats For Children Belted Norfolk and pinchback styles in sizes for little misses of 2 to 8 years; shepherd checks, coverts, rich dark greens and browns, golf red and white; by far the choicest collection of smart new spring topcoats to be seen in Butte are ready now in the Children's Shop on our Second Floor. Prices range.....$4.95 to $8.50 New Sprin&Head wear • For the Children Fine straws in beautiful new shades, including the fastel blue and old rose; daintily trimmed. Priced at.................... .$1.00 to $3.50 Exclusive Butte Agency for the Famous Lines on Which the Original Prices Were to $42.50 V v_ Vanta PinIess and Garments v unto. Buttonless Baby me ms Infants' Shop on Hennessy's Second Floor S UITS in styles and weaves for present and all spring wear, including checks, plaids and nov elty mixtures as well as the style blue and black. And because they are the remaining garments from many higher priced lines, every suit is fine in quality of material and workmanship. Just the practical and serviceable suits so many women are seeking for day-in-and-day-out wear. Choice while this lot lasts of regular to $42.50 values for the special price of SEVENTEEN FIFTY. _ r \æany fii -*■ X. mr»o nlo.r nne Coats and Dresses are also being cleared away at prices far less than regular In the Fashion Salon on Our Second Floor L KAYSER Silk Top Union Suits, Special at Only $1 Kayser Silk Top Union Suits—Low neck and sleeveless, in the tight knee, lace trim med knee or envelope styles; regular $1.50 quality. Friday for, each..........$1.00 J KAYSER KNIT UNION SUITS- Silk lisle, band top finish, tight knee. Regular $1.50 quality, are specially priced at.....................$1.00 WOMEN S SLEEVELESS VESTS—Fine lisle with lace or plain yokes; regular 50c a garment, spe cial at three for ..........................$1.00 KNITWEAR SECTION IN HENNESSY'S SECOND FLOOR Do wn Stairs Store Friday Specials New Wash Dresses For Little Tots In nine different new spring styles, all prettily trim med with embroidery or P. K.; and in such good wash materials as gingham, percale and cham bray in neat stripes and checks; all sizes from 2 to 6 years; regular $1.00 value, for only 59c Children' S Fine rib, fleece-lined union Underwear suits , in sizes 8 ,0 16 >' ears = regular 85c quality, special, Friday, for only......................... 50 «. Children's Sturdy little play garments Rompers of ctlarnhra y> percale or den ^ im, in all sizes from 2 to 6 years; regular 75c value, special...........50c Children's "Oliver Twist" Suits—Of denim or outing flannel; regular 75c value, special, each ...................................... In DOWNSTAIRS STORE —AT HENNESSY'S_ .J CLERKS i by co Few Changes Made From Lists Submitted by Central Committees. . t liut few changes were noted in the list of election Judges decided upon at a meeting of the city council last night from the suggestions made by the party commutes. The complete list is as follows: Ward 1. precinct A—Walter Sullivan, Robert Smith, Henry Sullivan. James Smltheran; clerks, Mike Mulcnhey and Fred Carter. Precinct B—James J. McCarthy, Pete Rllev, Mike Caton and W. H. Byers; clerks, Nora Kelly and James Sheehan. W T ard 2, precinct A—Joe Tomich, Dan Holland. Mrs. Nora Harrington and Lawrenpe Hamilton; clerks, Ed Brennan and Mrs. Margaret Curran. Precinct B—J. D. Harrington. Pat Heaney, J. F. Feeney and Philo C. Hanson; clerks, W. F. Doran and Clar ence Burns. Ward 3. precinct A—John Lucanich, W. S. Farrell. Joe Carney, Steve Es terly; clerks, Dan fïrlflfln and Fred Remark. Precinct B—Marguerite Ki ley, Mark Hurley and John Duffy: clerks. Ellen McGeehan and Brandon McMahon. Ward 4. precinct A—M. P. Lavelle. Thomas Devine. Joe Murphy and T. G. Wilson; clerks, -Roberts and A. L. Lussi. Precinct B- M. E. Doherty, William J. Walsh. Dan Sullivan and Albert Pierce; clerks, Mrs Pelly and T. C. McGovern. Ward 5. precinct A—Earl J. LaGue. John K. Kalusek. Bessie Mulcahy and Walter Forbes; clerics. George Le Warn and Genevieve Harrington. Pre cinct B—Pat Dowling. John Guerin, Joe Dubie and Mary Houlihan: clerkk May Grlflln and Walter Wookey. Ward 6. precinct A— T. W. Grimes, James Ford, Jerry Sullivan and A. F. Shulock; clerks. Robert Frudensteln and F. E. Dunleavy. Precinct B— John S. Harrington, Jack Stoll. Larry Gleason and Charles W. Lane: clerks, Margaret Deegan and Leonard Lally. Ward 7. precinct A—Andy Carroll. Thomas Meehan, J. J. O'Connor and Walter Crosby; clerks. Jessie Roscow and Joe Laird. Precinct B— John Har rington, Mrs Attrldge. Frank O'Boyle and A. F. Wright: clerks. James GH bov and Mike McLean Ward 8, precinct A--John J. Griffin, Archie McTaggart. Jack Nolan and George Mlkels; clerks, Archie Worth ington and Margaret Sullivan. Pre cinct B—Bob Sennett. James Toole. W. H. Muller and Mell Eflin: clerks. Don McQulston and Mrs Earle. ^ THEN IT HAPPENED. "Poes vaccination keep people from taking thing«?" asked the Rummy. "Sure. It does," replied the Barkeep. "Well," naked the Rummy, a, he headed for the door, "vrhy don't they vaccinate kleptomaniacs?" WHATHAa&KCfrLi A theolo fashion waitbS WHO RETURNED WITH You a ORDER. IN TWO MINUTES ? U. S. MANUFACTURERS CAN MAKE A HUNDRED AEROPLANES A WEEK New York, Feb. 8.—Aeroplane man ufacturers of the United States can make 100 machines a week and If urg ent necessity arises from 200 to 800 a week, lt was announced today. Nine teen of the twenty-one aircraft manu facturers of the country met here yes terday and formed the Aeroplane Man ufacturers' association. ANOTHER GENEROUS MILLIONAIRE TELLS THE WORLD ABOUT SELF New York. N. Y.—Mr. J. C. B. Walt hall, an oil and gas millionaire from Oklahoma, stopping at a well known hostelry states in an Interview how his life and happiness was saved by reading the following prescription in his paper. He is quoted as saying: "Strange how a little incident changed roy entire life. Wealth came tb me after years of toll, and naturally as moet men l abused its privileges until I became a nervous wreck, with throbbing brain, aches and pains, loss of appetite, energy and ambition. *n fact life seemed not worth living. Hope was dead and pleasure had fled. Then I read a prescription for Just such ail ment as beset me. My druggist Ailed it for me. Improvement followed improve ment and I continued its use until hale : and hearty once more. Judicious living has kept me strong, stronger than before. I kept the prescription and want lt pub lished to help others. Here lt is: One og. each of tincture of cadomene compound, compound fluid balmwort, compound es sence cardiol and three ounces compound syrup sarsaparilla, mix together, shake well and take a teaspoonful after each meal and one at bedtime. My what vim ft gives only.one such as I can ever re alise." NOTR-T-ocal druggists and physicians 1 commend highly the peculiar virtues of tills prescription and any good druggist can HU it. JOE Ml SUFFERS FR|M FIN HOME Sustains Injuries of the Face, Hands and Back Early in the Morning. Joe Main. 415 North Main street, is in the Murray ho.spltal undergoing treatment for painful burns sustained ln a fire in his home at 3 o'clock this morning which started from an over heated kitchen range. He is a miner at the Gagnon. The department responded to the call and extinguished the fire with the use of a chemical within a few min utes and the loss wus small, accord ing to Chief Martin. Main awoke from the heat of the fire In the ad joining room to th< «me In which fie slept and attempted to prevent the spread of the fire by pulling down several blazing curtains. He will be ln the hospital for some time, though his condition Is declarecL>f»be not se rious. The house was not insured. I 1 j I ; I AERO CLUB WANTS CONGRESS TO BUILD 3,000 AEROPLANES New York, Feb. 8.—A resolution adopted by the Aero Club of America, which was sent to Washington today, asks that the proposed congressional appropriation for army aerial prepar edness be Increased to $50,000,000. The club estimates the cost and equip ment of grounds at $20,000.000 and the cost of 8,000 aeroplanes at $30 000,000. Young men seeking ser vi ce in the aviation section are applying at the Aero club, but most of them are with out previous experience as flyers. However, their applications are beim: given consideration. BOMB EXPLODES ON STEPS OF AMSTERDAM STOCK EXCHANGE London, Feb. 8.—The Amsterdam Handlesbl&d today announces that a powerful bomb loaded with nails and broken glass exploded on the steps of the stock exchange there at 11 o'clock last night. No damage was done and no casualties resulted, the newspaper reports. FRANK WALKER OPENS THE MULLINS SALOON TODAY AS "MINT" Frank Walker reopened the Jerry Mullins saloon, which he purchased n few days ago. as The Mint, at noon to day. The establishment, which Is one of the old-time saloon locations of th city, has been entirely remodeled and Is stocked with Schlitz brand of beer It Was a veritable home-coming for Mr. Walker, who ran that aava hi»»*« ness 27 years ago and sold it at'that time to Mr. Mullins and his partner. I Mr. Walker was formerly proprietor 1 of the famous Walker's saloon, which j has become one of the landmarks of the city. No doubt Mr. Walker will I enjoy a large patronage at The Mint. ; A cordial Invitation is extended to bis I friends to visit him. WIRELESS WORKING WITH THE INTERNED SHIPS Rio Janeiro, Brazil, Feb 8.—At the suburban town of Nlotheroy on the bay, five miles east of Rio Janeiro, there was discovered today u wireless telegraph station which was estab lished to communicate with German ships which are being detained in the harbor. CUTTING IT DOWN. Stockholm, Sweden. Feb. 8. The new liquor restrictions, reported some weeks ago, have already^cut down the retail sales of "schnaps** (Swedish brandy) in Stockholm roundly 50 per cent, according to Dr. Bratt. head of the "System company.** It is believed also that the consumption in restau rants lias been materially reduced. ; ! ! Haggard, Prematurely Old, Nerve-Starved Men and Women te 1 ened and devitalized. Life becomes more ted more burden «•-»«ne. Whether the condition is due to youthful Ignorance of correct living, or exc?*«*« in later life, or nuy other cuuse. the only treatment that can p 'HsUdy Ik* of help in such cases is one that tends to bring about natural conditions—which will awaken activity in the nerve cells, generating new vitality and life, increasing D.u**culnr strengtn and replacing worn-out and wasting tissue with new. If to ar energy and power to accomplish are lessening there's nothing on earth that will do as much ns C'adomene Tablets in restoring proper vim, vitality and life to every bodily structure. Cadomene Tablets are guaranteed to satisfy and If they do »ot, every cent of vour money will be refunded. Every one should enjoy good health, mentally and phyalcslly, and experience the consequent increased acuteness of the sense*, through which happiness Is experienced, f'adomua Tab lets ..ffer amazing promptness of action in recent cases and graduai and pleasing improvement in chronic canes. •'He'« Getting OldT—"She Look« Her AfeT Remark* You Hear Often Where Cadomene Tablets , Have Not Been Known. And The Reason—A run-down nervous system, fail ing strength and energy. These men and women, too, many who have not yet reached th^kwo-score years are the victims of nervousness, "Shot to Pieces,'' tne result of overwork, worry excesses, exhaustion and dissipation of their natural strength and normal vigor. Cadomene Tablets are a True -Tonic Intended to arouse to renewed activity the exhausted forces of the human organism, to give fresh vigor to the brain and nervous system and cells of every structure, by aiding Nature in aupplying food-energy. With th* lees of normal vitality and strength the mental faculties situ become less uctlve. on sccount of the direct nerve connection between the brsin sod the structurée; mueclea be come flabby, tissue desmuerstes, the entire body becomes wesk* An drusrtsti supply r.tdomene Tshletn, In full directions ter self odululstratloa. MEAT PRICES CUT DEMAND IN DUTTE "Regular War Prices" is Way One Butcher Sums Up Situation. Butte housewives have out down the amount of meat which is usually consumed in Butte, have shown a de cided preference for the cheaper cuts and are not overlooking any opportu nities to reduce the cost of living, ac cording to several butchers who spoke of market conditions today. With every new quotation on meats of all kinds showing.a slight advance over the last one the prices are be coming prohibitive and in one in stance a butcher said that the whole ; salera are paying "regular war ! prices. ' ! "We do not order as much meat for j i ! the retail trade now as we did a few months ago." said he. "because of the smaller demand, and we are selling more of the cheaper cuts than before. Rabbits have found a prominent place Butte this winter in many instances ere not regarded the market with 16 cents a pound j for hogs. Beef has advanced 4 l i» cents ■a I dund in four weeks and sheep are soaring \\ Ah the prices for the car i < ass at 15*4 cents for ewes and 17 ! cents for w ethers. "Kverv kind of foodstuff we handle if* Jumping out of sight. We formerly sold salmon at 12*^ cents and cannot get it now for less than 20 cents a pound." in the markets of and are dor na tided now where they v before. "Pork is leading wholesalers paying ONE WITNESS. So you have taken to motor cycling at last, have you?" "How did you find that out'.'" "I saw you on your machine yester day." "By George. I'm glad to hear that. All the rest of my friends saw me when I was off. - '