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niLLONBUREAU business office at McClures Newa Depart ment Phone 54 Black IGE EIMES WITH ts to Meet Locals in iig t, school Gym Mon lay and Tuesday. f>b 9.— What is expected ', he tagtest games of hasket " r played in this city are ached ,or next Monday and Tuesday When the crack rhicago Cres '„I play h> this city with a oompoaed of local players. The nti have been making a tour of ,estern »tales and Coach Mc jUss was able to make these two a late hour yesterday after Tht Chicago Crescents are „ Bussell's fast aggregation of tbal! players and are said to he (the fastest professional teams 'inter In the United ; this the players who will he se for the two games are Mc f [jj „ Kl i Jiuli Barrett, Cieorge -I, 11 B. Boulen and other play Althuugh these games will be at the high school gymnasium f the high school men will ap j either game, as that would bar from participating in high school "a ot any kind. _ PROMISES TO BE EVENT OF THE SEASON -Everything is in lias lor the grand ball to lie Monday evening at the city I b) the Bed Men lodge, and the tUaffair promises to tie the gay est j entire winter season. The dee • m committee Is busy transform tha auditorium into a targe reeep hall While the stage has been into a flower garden. The ball character costume affair, and • almost every kind and manner I will he represented, the Red «1U he In attendance in full re »ith their Pocahontas«!. Many Jim from other parts of the Etale I attend. ILS TO CATCH TRAIN CONCERT POSTPONED Dftllon, Fel« &. Miss Gay Zenola Glares, who was billed to appear at , Normal college last night as one t attractions on the Normal en »inmtnt course, failed to make connections In Iduho and her up » In thia city has been indefl jrty postponed. DILLON BRIEFS. in, Feb. 9 Glen Allen and Wick wert Monidt visitors in the city andM'- Ln\ H Lee were in the st Wednesday from their home Lcadure, Ida. m Freeman left this morning for Btp Hole country, where he is trine a bunch of stock cattle. *Nt\ spent yc^tprday af^rnoon &**■'.! from his home on ! Horse •nd Mrs. Ktet! !'• ttherly were in ■tv yesterday from Mill Point, ink Rife was down from Medicine * yesterday. y Will of Big Sandy is in town Htnd to matters of business. A Herndon is spending a few f f this w* v. in Dillen from his in Salmon. ltK- Burden w - in town yester n-ihb rar.t-h home on the Upper Prairie. Gert Russell w. a Columbus vis yesterday. Jt ® c "h- one of the ranchers of Ml section, paid the county seat sterday afternoon. W. Qeary is spending a part of at the county seat from his "°me near Limn. hire • kiine« ' *eek < W Siffla Voting! Bring Back Its *wai Color, Gloss and Attractiveness. " sardtii sage brewed into a _ »uh sulphur added, will ahn, ; lr y k « J ,ln «l faded hair '»»DllÎÏÎ hlXUrlrint - Ju«t . Stations wm prove a reve ■V ^ ^' ir is fading, streaked ' V r , li"* ,he Sag ® Tea and _—'* >l hom *. thi ugh, is boni." rî'* r *' By is *° Ket *« vvtmtw Sage and mpound at any drug store Thi * 18 ">« cm Ç '■Ä? bV ,he a<,d '"<* •»•'«'E'? 1 ,ad,d halr I« not * <° «tain „ur *.v an,i "ttraitlve ». V , V0Ur ha,r with •** can tell I S " phur Compound, "S». " do *« " «> *«<■ nr sut, j ' V ,U Ju,t dampen - ^ thmlv rU8 '' *'th '» and ^ «S'.. >0ur hal1 -. «»king * scar ha lra ? tlme: b >' morn "Mr anutîLr . disa PPeared, tair 'w.im... 1 K C ' < ' atlon or 'wo. '■ J* a dt light fut ~cr f , mitlLti U n ° l lntfnd ed **■»«. "tulgatlon or prevention THE BEAVERHEID STATE BANK LEASE S QUARTERS Rents Rooms in Dillon Imple ment Company Building for Five Years. Dillon, Feb. 9.—C. H. Phillips, man ager of the Dillon Implement company, has leased a portion of the new build ing erected by that company a year ago to a new banking corporation, which will be known as the Heaver head State bank. The leasers have secured a five-year term on the south portion of the building, including a 25-foot front and a depth of 30 feet. The remainder of the building will be utilized by the Dillon Implement com pany. The new hanking concern will put In partitions and have a large vault in stalled. The fixtures will be ordered this month. JENSEN FUNERAL. Dillon, Feb. 9.—The funeral of the late Jens Jensen was held yesterday afternoon from the St. James Episco pal church, Rev. Lee Young conduct ing the services. Interment was mode in the Mountain View cemetery. The pallbearers were members of the Dan ish Brotherhood of which Mr. Jensen was a member. WOODMEN DANCE. Dillon, Feb. 9.—A party and dance were enjoyed last night at the city hall by the members of the Woodmen of the World lodge and the Women of Woodcraft. Following the dance a supper was served at McClures. SPO RTGO SSIP The ways of I). E. Dugdalc of the Seattle club* arc truly past finding out. According to report from Seattle he has signed the veteran Billy Sullivan to catch next season. Sullivan's usefulness on tlie diamond has long been over, It is said. At one time Sullivan was the star catcher in the American league. He was stopping *ein for Comiskey's pitchers in those days when Fielder Jones was manager of the Chicago White Sox. Sullivan later quit hackstopping for one year nml managed the Sox. He had a stormy time of it and quit by request, being supplanted by Jimmy Callahan. Sullivan then tried it a few years at CuutilIon's ''old people's home" in Min neapolis. His wing gave out and his legs refused to respond as they were wont to do in the good old days, and he pulled off the mask and pads sup posedly for good. Jennings pieked him up and used him as a scout for n couple or ICgSOns "I BO. Last summer Sullivan visited Butte to give the play ers the "once over,** but he couldn't see any of the local men and passed Boy Grover up without so much as a fa vorable mention. At the end of last season Jennings decided that Sullivan was not cut out for a scout and the former star an nounced that he was through with the game for good and that he would de vote his time in the future to develop ing his ranch in Oregon. Sullivan, it is said, is well fixed financially and does not need the money he will get for playing with Seattle, hut the call of the diamond was probably too strong when Dugdale offered his pit tance and the old warhorsc jumped at the chance to put his name to the paper which would once again give him nil opportunity to hear the plaudits and roasts of the fickle fans. Montana State college defeated Whit more college at basketball at Spokane last night by the score of 56 to 25. President Johnson of the American league announced last night that play ers who desire to enlist for military service in the event of the United States becoming involved in the war would be granted their immediate re lease and their positions held open. The American league officials will meet in New York on Feb. 15 to ar range the schedule for the coming sea son. The Northern league, which had rather rough sailing last year, will have a couple of new towns in the circuit this season, according to an announce ment last night by the secretary of the national association. Grand Forks and Minot will take the place of Duluth and Superior. DOINGS OF THE DUFFS HE'S A SAILOR THROUGH AND THROUGH. BY ALLMAN TH TUE 6REÄT Hoot» .SPOON - THe FINEST Bouquet of posies Wiu. BE Tours before car ûA LE PßoPS anchor, this —I nicht ! I Thank You S CAPTAIN 1 ✓ I cues« You And s oh uu -he promised| THE CAPTAIN ARE ToàenD ME SOMB^ getting chummy] flowers is ALL ]OLIVIA.YuUR flowers JUST CAME-BRING A VA.se. -,— He's some. 6000 old SPORT, I'D SAN J , YOU WONT NEED TW£ S VASe. OLIVIA t - GUESS V! J c SQUIRREL FOOD ALL ABOUT THAT DIPPY DIET DI8COVERY. BY AHERN -fMese oippv oier pay« ot» how to uve or a *■ A OAY WE HEAR A LOT ABOUT CALORIES, CAR0OHY PftATfeS, 8O\0 CALOftl urifeft«, ResPiRATtcd, CALORlArflERa, * VlYARNlN-UPoiPS-eTc. AklO OlUeR vor-i 05 v« 8 slfcR(iev/eR heard Of - HOBoOY KNOWS WHAT THEY M6A(J, NEITHER, do WE- ' so Here 6oes - If NOT, WHY NoY } VOX PoPULI ! Tb\ ONLY Si. VdcHES dl6H - | wodpgH if IP 6ET AdY Taller , IF l ATE f OOD THAT0 6WE ME 71 INCHES of heat ) -fHe ReAsod a fellow oeT-s Tk \ LOOK UKE A CROVJP IS BECAUSE H6 eaTs food that caves more CALORICS TUAd-We AMOUNT REQUIRED Id OTHER WOROS-HES a WOLF od CARBOHYDRATE FOOPS AdP IS A TaR6eT For Bomb calorimeters wHicH wo Old You rather eat- ode of These DiET meals OF A HALF sud eORdEP CARROT AdP io calories of rice. OR A LOAPOF 001 LE P HAM.CA00AÛE ANP "MURPHYS" 1 J so w/oulp we — /WELL ROY-t'LL eXPLAIbTx / WHAT is IT a CALORY- \ A CALORY IS a Udir \ id Tr' Foop we EAT* IWaT Raises so many idertes op heaT id our SYST eM LIKE goal DOES WrlH J 5H6AM Id AN EdfcldE AS v it WERE* I TH0U6HY A calory was 1 SOMETUldci LIKE a crass hopper' WHYEMil, You silly boy' CAR0OHYPRATE FooP IS food That codTAiNS starch t WASdV SPEAKlMOOF collars OR 0OILEO SHIRTS - THIS BRAISED BEAN IS VE/RY NOTRlToUS AdP codTX'dS THREE ANP A HALF CALORIES ! , .-v ..fié»»« I *** 4 ANP YOUR MOTHER TolO ME before i married you THERE WEREdV any traces of insanity in your ancestors 1 y 'm IN FlDERAL LAW Plan to Simplify Proceedings in United States Courts. The Post's ■\Vflshlnprton Bureau. Washington. Feb. 0.—A long step to ward the simplification of judicial pro cedure in the federal courts of Mon tana and other stales Is provided in a hill just reported favorably out of the senate judiciary committee by Sen ator Sutherland of Utah who is presi dent of the American Bar association. The bill proposes to cut red tape and make judicial procedure in the federal courts simple and uniform. To illustrate the cumbersome char acter of existing federal procedure Senator Sutherland has submitted to the senate a report which shows thet out of a total of 224 points ruled on In Montana during the months of Janu ary, February and March. 1910, which are taken as sample months. 10! were points on substantive law and 123 were points on practice. The percentage of rulings on procedure was 54.9. These statistics cover all of the rulings for the three months in both state and federal courts. The total points ruled upon In the United States at large dur ing this period numbered 22 986. with 10,727 relating to matters of substan tive law and 12,259 to matters of prac tice. Ill other words, a little over 53 per cent were practice points and less than 47 per cent were upon substaiftive law. Kentucky makes the best showing with 43.7 ner cent, and Delaware the worst with 64.4 per cent, or nearly two-thirds of the rulings relating to procedure or practice. Tn his report to the senate Senator Sutherland says: "The system of pro cedure which now prevails in the fed eral courts is complicated, unscientific and results In great and unnecessary delay in the administration of justice. It is almost as important that litiga tion in th*» courts should he disposed of promptly as that it shall be dis posed of justly. That cases should he delayed month after month and some times year after year should he re versed and tried and retried, upon mere matters of practice that In no way touch the essentia! merits. Is cine of the reproaches In the administra tion of the law which has had a greater tendency to bring the practice of the courts ifito disrepute than any other thing. "An examination of the Taw reports discloses that the time of the trial fudges, as well as the appellate tri bunals, has been very largely taken up not in deciding the case but in en deavoring to ascertain the way to be followed in order to reach the point where a decision can he made at all. It Is, perhaps, not far from the fact to say that in the aggregate one-fourth of the time of the courts of the country is taken up not In the discharge of their substantive duties but in determining the way in which these duties shall be performed. More than one-third of the matter in the annual digests re lates to matters of practice and pro cedure. It is an anomaly to intrust a tribunal with grave and responsible duties and deny it the power to deter mine the manner in which these duties shall be discharged.** The hill proposes to iron out "the law's delays** by giving to the United States supreme court power to pre scribe uniform and simplified methods of procedure for all the federal courts. FL OAT IN BIE PARADE Governor Will Bo Asked to See That Treasure State is Represented. -~ The Post s Washington Bureau. Washington. D. C., Feb. 9.—Mon- j tana will have a float in the Wilson and Murshall inaugural parade, if ; plans materialize which are being launched by the Women's Wilson union of this city. A general commit tee has been appointed, with Mrs. Mary C. Bryan of this city as chair man, to arrange for 4b floats, repre senting the 48 states. A letter will he sent in a day or so to the governor of Montana asking for his co-opern tion. Fach float will symbolize the history and progress of the state It represents. Vioskk Lungs and Ghost Troubtos respond more quickly to the blo^d-enriching oil-food in SCOTT'S EMULSION than to any other one medicine. SCOTT'S is a rich, nourishing food to strengthen tender throats and bronchial tubes. It is of peculiar benefit to the respiratory tract end ia liberally used in tu berculosis camps for that purpose. You get no alcohol in Scott's. Scott ft Bownc. Bloomfield. N. J. 16-22 MONTANA ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST Sheriffs of State Invited to Attend Hanging of Three Negroes. J.ivingBton, Feb. 9.—Hherlff A. 9. RobertHon ami other sheriffs through out the state were yesterday mulled Invitations to 1« present at the hang in* of three negroes at White Hulphuv Springs on Fob. 18. The three doomed men are Henry Hall, Harrison Cilbson and Lester Fahley. The h It tloi have been printed on blank bordered cards and recall an old custom In Mon tano. RESCUED BY FIREMEN. Missoula, Feb. 9.—The fire depart ment was called out yesterday to res cue two men from a telephone polo. Michael Welsh, while working on top of the pole, came In contact with a live* wire. Clyde Richardson, his com panion, went to the fescue and was also caught. Both men have severe burns, but will recover. WILL CUT ICE. Livingston, Feb. 9.—Preparations to lay in a big supply of ice for Northern Pacific trains were made jffcsterday. A special in charge of Conductor W. W. Grannie left here yesterday with n crew equlj ped for cutting 460 carloads of Ice at Homestake. NO WORK FOR MARSHAL. Harlem. Feb. 9.—Because everyone in Harlem behaves himself and because there has not been an arrest here for months, the city marshal lost his job yesterday. The mayor feels that the money spent on a useless marshal might be used to a better advantage for other purposes. NO CANDIDATES FILE. Livincston. Feb. 9. According to the records In the city clerk's office, there are none in Livingston who wish po litical office. There is no candidate for mayor up to date and no one ha* filed for an nldermanlc position. 't Is believed, however, that W. M. Brad ford will again enter the race. FAIR DIRECTORS MEET. Helena, F'eb. 9.—I »irectors of tho Montana state fair spent yesterday In routine conferences and in visiting the legislature in the interest of appro priations for their board. Final plans for the season were not broached. ^Adv«r- | THE BUTTE DAILY POST -i tlsln* ratM on appll- j DEER LODGE Room 1 KUIn •ckmMt cation. j V i BUREAU Block -J FRIENDS WITH MARRIAGE Roy Perry and Miss A. Black more Quietly Wedded in Butte. Deer Lodge, Feb. 9.—Roy Perry and Mis« Amy Ulackmore, popular young people of this city, were married 'n Butte Monday, according to informa tion which has Just been made public. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father McCormack at his resi dence, and the bridal couple were at tend'd by Miss Irene Coughlin and Al bert Blaekmore. Mr. and Mrs. Perry returned to Dear Lodge Wedneadav and have since been making their home at the Perry ranch two miles east of town. The bride Is the youngest daughter of Mrs. M. J. Blaekmore, and has re sided hero for the past two and one half years, coming from Ogdon. She 1 h prominent In activities at the Church of the Immaculate Conception and a member of ,St. M..ry's Dramatic so ciety. The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Perry, old-time residents of the city, and Is at pres ent engaged in ranching. MAKING EFFORT TO IDENTIFY LATHROPE Doer Lodge, Feb. 9.—Sheriff Tom Mullen went to Butte yesterday with E. A. Lathrope, arrested several days ago on a charge of having been im plicated in the recent theft of copper from the Milwaukee shops. Mr. Mul len will endeavor to have Lathrope identified by one of the Butte junk companies aw the man who sold them the copper. It was stated that the boxes w'ere found in which the wire was shipped from Deer Lodge, and .t is thought that Lathrope had charge of most of the transactions, which In cluded more than 900 pounds of the copper. THRFF FOP APIS Three Forks. Feb. 9.—James Shoe j maker was a business visitor in Butte Monday. j D. B. Kreps spent a couple of days I in Manhattan this week. ! Claude Wright was a visitor in Manhattan one day this week. Miss Nellie Ballàntyne »pent a few days with her brother Leon Ballan tyne and wife this week. Roy llungerford was a business vis itor in Belgrade and Manhattan this week. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Luther I^a Rue, last week, a boy. Mrs. Easter Wall of Milligan Canyon I spent Monday in the city with friends and went to Bozeman Tues day to attend to business matter« Mr. and Mrs. I red Hahn of the north bench were shopping in the city Tuesday. W. M. Bond returned from White hall Tuesday afternoon, where ho went on a business trip. H. II. McKay of Bozeman was at tending to business Interests here Monday and Tuesday. The Three Forks K. P. lodge held installation of officers Monday even ing. The following officers were in ducted into office: F. P. Bryne, effhn Cellor commander; F. II. B Richards, vice chancellor; Harry Ellis, master at arms; Martin Vetelson, keeper of rec ords and seals; N. M. K vaines, master of exchequer; Will Thomas, prelate; John Jinkins, master of works; W. M. Warren, inside guard; Mr Peters, outside guard. After the installation the business meeting was called and a committee on entertainments for the ensuing year was named as follows: F. H. B. Richards, Will Thomas and N. M. K vaines. I^ater a lunch was served and greatly enjoyed. MURDER IS CHARGED. Bozeman, Feb. 9.—Andrew Levlnakl was charged with murder In the first degree in two Informations filed yes terday in the district court by th** county attorney. Levlnski is alleged to have killed Gladstone Stevens and George Strains In the West Gallatin canyon on Jan. 28. Tbs bodies of the two men were shipped yesterday to Portland, Ore., their former home. TO MOBILIZE MEMBERS OF WOMAN'S SECTION Navy League is Seeking Vol unteers for Red Cross Work. Deer Lodge, Feb. 9. Mrs. J. W, Hurst, a member ol the woman's sec tion of the Navy league, received a telegram yesterday from the Washing ton headquarters, requesting her to mobilize members for the woman's section of the league. The section lias recently issued a manual of voluntary aid giving Red Cross directions for surgical dressing, receipts for sick, diets, etc. Slips are being sent to Mrs. Hurst, which she is requested to have the women sign for the Red Cross work. She Is also requested to have the women present resolutions to the different clubs and societies asking for compulsory military service, and to en courage the men of the community without dependence to enlist in the army, navy and marine corps, espe cially if tlie president should call for volunteers. The woman's section of the Navy league is raising funds for supplies and equipment for the naval base hos pital under the Red Cross, and mem bers and others Interested will be asked for subscriptions of a dime each, which wMll be forwarded to the head quarters ln Washington, D. C. The message is signed by Mrs, George Dewey, president of the sec tion; Ellzal>eth EUlcott Poe, secretary, and Mrs. George Barnett, chairman ot the committee on voluntary aid. STRANGER FEARED MAN FROM BUTTE Doer Lodge, Feb. 9.—When Sheriff Tom Mullen returned to his officq Wednesday evening after a few min utes absence he found a stranger ex amining the photographs In the rogues* gallery and acting quecrly. When questioned he stated that his name was Fred Jacobson and that he feared a man from Butte, who had threatened to kill him. He was invited to spend the night in Jail, and cheerfully ac cepted. It Is probable that he will ho taken before the insanity board fop examination. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. Deer Lodge, Feb. 9.—A few of the friends of Arthur J. Lochrie gathered m his home on Milwaukee avenus Wednesday evening to help celebrate his birthday anniversary. ^'ards fur nished entertainment for the gentle« men through the evening. Refresh ments, including a huge blrthdav cake* were served. NO SCHOOL MONDAY. Deer Lodge, Feb. 9. -All of thg s<-bools of the city will be closed on Monday in observance of Lincoln's birthday. deer lodge briefs. Deer Lodge. Feb. 9 -Abe Echols watt brought to the hospital yesterday front, Avon with u broken arm. sustained la a fall on a slippery walk. f'arnot Vallton of Pullman. Wash., was in the city yesterday, the guest of his brother, P. C. Vallton. 1». C. Fay and wife of Butte visited friends here yesterday. C. D. Merchant of Ml**oula wag ia town on business yesterday. H. Barnhill went to Missoula yes« terday on business. Miss Lillian Kistle of Phllipsbur? was brought over the early part of the* week for treatment at St. Joseph's hospital. F. C. Burks, sheriff of Granite coun ty. was here from Philipsburg yester day, the guest of his brother. Georga Burks. Applications for Grazing Permits. NOTICE Is hereby given that ail ap plications for permits to grase cattle, horses and sheep within the DEER LODGE NATIONAL FOREST during the wesson of 1*17 must be filed tn my office at Anaconda. Montana, on or before Feb. 15, 1917. Full information In regard to the grazing fees to be charted and blank forms to be used in making application will be furnished upon request. _ L C. STOCK DA LE. Supervisor.