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GARDENSEEDS
Don't Pay More Than We Ask. We Guaran
tee the Contents and Value of Each Package
to Contain Full Assortment.
A few of the v«risties are: Cucumber. Cabbage. Peas. Radish,
Corn. Tomato. Letture. Watermelon, Carrots. Beets, Beans.
Onions and Parsnips.
All Fresh New Crop Seeds at Lowest Prices
EVERYTHING FOR
THE GARDEN
And
Home House
Cleaning.
For 50 Feet of
--y 11 ■iii.jr- * Garden Hose.
GARDEN HOES GARDEN RAKES
Best make of garden C A ^ Extra well finished O* .
ms vit üvv garde OÜL
POULTY NETTING
. ... ' tting fj C
for onh t t)L
Step Ladders
Here's sn e\:-« coed bi
size >:er *.
$2.25 /ffif
45c For Cedar Pol
ish Mop with Long
Handle; a 75c Value 7
Extra good qua! tv
poltsh mop :r. tin
mop :s complete v
letu
. - {ft
45c
W/ This
One
for $2.25
>4.
Sale of a Carload
—of—
Garbage Cans
Emarge Sue Galvanized Garbage
lan.-; Spetiallv !TA
E*nced at O—.OU
— ar; the\ are bette- than cans
- id usus!!> at Sc.00 and S-?.50
Full gauge reinfc-ced with
steel Heai 1 . bottom u :th dou
t'ver ar
ex"
Sam Shiner. Ure-.dent and General Manager.
S0ÜTH SIDE NOTES
Staple ire fancy groceries: prompt
de«. very. Taylor Grocery. 1€ÎS Harr:
ke avenue Pbcr.e BIL—Adv.
wa* *r. Butte yester*!*} to hear the
Vew York sympt r.y concert a
/
• * . -
ming street 8he ret ed to Wh-te
had this morning
Mrs Byers at 241? Y aie street .s ili
at her home
-
The I-adie* Aie of the ^ elsh church
erfll hi —frtilwmj Tbursday afternoon
a: the house of Mrs Aug-*: Miller i£4
Sv.lt Dakota street
Mr* Georre Geiser ar.d daughter of'
Helena are Matt.ng at the h*me of
- 1 -
Dawes on South Colorado street
T~
_ ~ • j
Kidneys Retain Poisons
Wn*3*ver the excretory prod- t
the htflasyt •.« ist promptly r.«:
mm Er p*Ä»ed you nav be »bf^luraiy
sure you are retair.mg *Jiï
iocr ryewm TU»
by terrible bea ds:
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by d u; a m , dry. harsh
and by failure to void the poi
se ra although the dWfr* is strong by
Irrttited cord.t.on of the passage, etc
If you Will take a great physician s
prescription, to-a it.
you will relle-N e your system of the.
poison», allay Irritation, restore nor
ma! and natural urination, and get on
the quick
ROAD TO HEALTH!
Bold by ak druggets.
v . ^ w .. .
a s : wa« t*c-rr. t \*n
McDonald 1114 H. ^ ,-• e &•
_____
-
was er.terta rec Saturday - *•
Mrs O J Larwon. 1921 Harris r
__
Joseph Ree«« 1J« PhiUips ivi
gone tc
; _
I F. B Smith of 212t 1 >•
confined u h:> home from an atta
the grip.
The teacher« and officers of
Loweil Avenue Methodist Episcopa.
school i . -
the home of P. H Wearne l»l| Rob
- •
The LadW A d of the Grace Meth
•diet church have planned to gl%e a
serial in the church parlors
the
Wednesday r.
< Lpal# pttle df
« seperted to be ?»
*Jiï
Tile avenue is
Wile- Mount Joy of Helena
the Bennett hotel last night
a bile
his
iray to Twin Bridges.
i,r8 Turner of Emma street was
I ^ r,!rTe ** night to a number of her
friends at an Informal party.
--*
I THE POST FOR THE NEWS
Mrs Fr«5 Goforth «r.d nor. of H»rr:«
h'jr*. Or*_ sr* to arrive in
Butt, tonight and will make their home
for the summer at 1715 Love'.: ave
Mrs. C. A Rexroad ia a sister of
Mrs Goforth. Mr Goforth arrived in
Butte several weeks ago to prepare for
the coming of his family.
BRITISH SWEEP OVER THE
GERMAN LINES, BIG SUCCESS
(Continued from Pa** On« )
ture of th* high ground northwest of
St. Quentin tightens the x'hain which
the Anglo-French forces are drawing
around that town
Near St Quentin the Germans have
boon driven from the high ground be
tween Yerguier and Hargicourt. light
ing continues along the entire little
front.
Diversion Fails.
The British have s*i**d the village
of Fam poux and the neighboring de
fenses north and south of the Scarp*
:i\er The German* made a strwic at
tack as a diversion or. a n»nv* front
southeast of Y pres and reached the
British support Unes The> were
* driven from the British trenches hv a
ounter Vttladh , .The announcement,
w ' ich »s timed li a m 4* as fol
Puring the night there was severe
• »ihtlng at the northern end of Yim>
.ige. where the epemy had retained
. foot ng He was ejected and ar. at
tempted counter attack failed to ma
terialise The eastern slope of the
ridge has !»een cleared cf the onem>
and counter attacks repu sed
•'Our troops adv anc*d and seised the
n . tee o? r»mp'U\ and neighboring
tense« ' - Sea
Nine Thousand Prisoners.
"Th* number cf prisoner» taken ye»- |
terda> exceeds V C. . a: d over 4 guns
have beer, captured
In the neighborhood cf St Quentin .
the ftier.'.) has been driven from
the high g'c* id between Yerguier
and Harric. . rt Fight « continues
!
!
*
!
1
i
A t
rhout the whole battle fro
made a strong attack las
I
:
K
(U1 -•
150 Officers
thus far the
Prisoners.
> »nil II* «h» «•!-*»
these including
nd*r* Although
the official count
■> expected tc
' qua
cs of
tr.a
destroy*
great quan
* sv. i .-.es a: the 'as: minute to
: hr capture The weather
-- *trt > cold with snow flur
• the British forces are clad lr.
sk-.-« and are kept wel! fed.

:

CLEAR CUT VICTORY
FOR BRITISH FORCES
ON SOMME FRONT
don. April l (—The news of the
cessful crer.-ng of the new British
>-> has stirred gh h pe among
j-e«. ; '.e throughout the country.
,Ate\rr the enemy may have claimed
to the retreat r. the Somme sector
c t-ex- t rearraT.fi«?d and strateg.
it is contended that their recoil ,
î re the blow «delivered 1n the Ar
-I-ers region car.r.ot t»e explained !
a; :n &n> s.: h rr.ar.ner. It is urged ;
t there ,s no possible volur.tarj'j
"'•-•■■*- t* - ret rement and that
re can be r.x dispute as to who took j
initiative j
Important Positions
i r.ew chapter :r. the conflict on the
stern front has «gun and whether
net it is to prove the beginning
a decisive battle, it is bound, ac-
ding to the prevalent opinion here,
-ad to results of the highest im
» G /ur
s torn focussed .s the capture of
ny r:dg€ The immense value of
- »er.- r is of the great- j
I
1 •• - ..Eh:
I
i
i
,
;
Going Strong!
t^-50 and f ^
Bov
in the
Back
M. BRINK
AND SONS
|
.
! fiercely for control of the ridge in the j
! summer of 191 o. both sides suffering
«heavy loss**. but in the end the Ger
ma:« held the main portion of the po- |
sltion. 1-ater the British took over the
French line and were ousted by the |
* Germans from the parts of the ridge i
vrhicl had beer «a y their 1 re !•«
! v essors, On* military critic, com
menting upon the present battle, thu
1 described the importance of the \ im
i heights:
Bastion of Enemy Line.
of
"The> are admittedly the u
the enemy's western line AY hat ever
I else has been allowed to go he held
: Yira> ridge with grim c-g nc and
iaNished upon St all the arts in forti
fications and defens e ski", that the
war has taught him Upon it hinges
the whole atrategy of the enemy'« re
treat In the west With A ni> firmly
K h*W he nan swir.c h> line further
south slowly back, until ♦ ich part of
it reaches the position when he has
a mind to stand and he can con er the
French districts, on >\h h lie depends
much for supplies- I t with Yimy
gore, the defense of these districts cun
hardly l»* maintained The pivot of
the whole retreat shifts and gives
backward and is ir «tant risk of
fracture.**
Battle Continues Fiercely.
The issues depend »: up«, n British
ability to hold the ridge are therefore
immense At the nv inert there is
nothing to suggest a c. t th.it the
ridge will be held but the battle is
still fiercely continu £ and there is
little disposition N re
Tnfldent predict io - N evert*
the opinion is expressed that
Germans are definitely d ve
the ridge, without • 'pe
they are likely er g' :.
to acknowledge defe. t .
Nx hat is called the Mev.s«.
from Verdun thrv -
be.: ire and Lille.
In the meantime ,v e
on over a front of .
roughly, from Lens i >*
• core of attack being aro
: cf Arras. As far as
(everything is gom*. \g
ish and justifies :h- s.
but the comments v. àay
• elude a warning n -t tv
hopes to run too Î «.'•
known to have got res«
and ar. iron eompu's
make every effort to a v
papers warn the -
should aw ait the e\ er.t
sober expression ar.d t
time for boast inç
if the
from
«.impelled
I
deft .u The !
i v .»t r
j s iri: of
„ . .
GERMAN REPORT OF l
I
THE GIGANTIC BATTLE
Hrlt
ihese
1
Berlin. April 10
British." »ays tl
statement today,
'.rating our positions
ing from Arras*
. London).—"The
German official
•ceeded in pene
• u the roads lead
bm did not break
our divisions suffered
es The battle con
RUSSIANS ARE AGAIN ON
MARCH AGAINST TURKS
Petrc
Apr
,
Russian
! in Persia
; Mesoj*ota
°*
^<*e ar.r
j hav« bee
j they had
_
BRmSH MARCHING
j Uon4»n Air jo.— The British have
I made a furthtr advance north of Bag-
lad the ffi e anneunce». The
10 (via l^ondon).—
« ? the northern army
-•gain on the march into
Bnneh. just south
b xf Mosul, the war of
ed today. The Turks
• out of the defenses
• holding there for some
I time ar.d the Russian offensive is be
ing cx-r.t:r . •
S uthwe«: Khanikin the southern
i .x .umn : Ri an», w hich recently
i effected a
, from Kg -
; Robat > ir
have eaptu:
Bagdad-?a
HerV-e
: n with the Britisn
had occupied Klzll
northeast of Bagdad,
NORTH OF BAGDAD
the BalAd station on the
: h railway and the town
FRENCH FORCES ALSO
REPORT AN ADVANCE
Paris- Apr:. 10.—A further ad vane
w-as made s th of the Oise by the)
Frer h last eht, the war office an- 1
ncur.xed The statement follows:
North of the Oise the enemy's art il - !
lery show..; activity than on pre
ceding days.
S Uth of the Oise we made prog- I
ress east of the lower forest of Coucv.
The artillery fighting was rather i
^r s of ar Ä'
southeast of Rheims we repulsed a
surprise atti. k Fighting with gran
ades oc urred west of Maisons do
Champagne." 5
:
NOTED AVIATOR IS
REPORTED MISSING
I.ondc.n. Arm 10. — The Evening
Nev.s say. that Lieut. William Leefo
Robinson, the first aviator to bring
dow n a Zepj eiln in England, is Te
l: orted missing.
Lieutenant Robinson earned the Vic
toria cross and became a popular hero
In England last September by shoot
ing down a Zeppelin at a height of
10/,00 feet The Zeppelin, which was
taking part in an attack upon the
London area was brought down in
flames at Cuffely. The lieutenant Is
21 years old.
SWEDEN TAKES ALl
MAIZE AND RICE
Stockholm. April 10 (via London).—
Miuae and rice stocks have been ex
propriated by the government.
THE POST FOR THE NEWS
Can You Fill the Bill?
Are you prepared for a successful business ca
reer? Have you the training demanded by big
business men? Big business will want yon—
will need you—WILL DEMAND YOU. In
vestigate the superior advantages offered by
this school.
Telephone 1240
RICE & MAY, Proprietors
IT NO NEW UNITS
IN TOE STUTE Mill!
(Continued from Page One.)
points
....... _,ut that the present emergency
is one which cannot be met by the |
re.ular force» and the national guard :
a'a ne and adds that the existing law J
docs net contemplate that the federal
government shall rail on the states to
form more national guard troops in j
order that thc\ ma> be called into the i
federal service."
For Efficiency.
The laws the circular continues,
places this responsibility of organis
es more troops for strictly federal use
upon the federal government, where It
properly belongs. Both from the stand
of justice to the state and of ef
I llclenev of the forces, the federal gov
! eminent should have the duty and the ■
''.erponsIMlity of organising all forces j
additional to the national guard after
:he guard has been called into the
United States service."
The circular then affirms the state
l n ' ,v: f by Secretary
I Baker:
New Regulations.
'No new national guard
.......
,a,ei
State authorities and national guard
vers should concentrate their ener
«gnixed which do not have (1)
suitable armories; (2) personnel
grouped by locality so as to insure the
possibility of attendance at drill; (9^
pivbable permanency.
"No new units will be authorized in
addition to those needed to complete
the divisions outline in the orders of
the war department and such army
corps troops as may hereafter be desig-
pies and attention upon organizing,
properly equipping and training their
existing organizations and recruiting
them up to maximum strength author
ized."
LITTLE GUATEMALA MAY
JOIN IN STAND OF U. S.
Washington. April 10. Reports that
President Cabrera has proclaimed
majtl.il law in Guatemala strengthens
; the belief of state department officials
j that Guatemala may soon join the*
l nited States in tlie war against Ger
many.
PORTUGUESE PRESIDENT
CONGRATULATES WILSON
I.islon. April 9 ivia Taris, April
101.—President Machado has sent a
cablegram to President Wilson con
gratulating him on "America's noble
oluti
a r
as held today
gation
opular demonstration
uitside the American
!
I which cone,
interests "
i ___
proclamation warns
RUSSIN WILL NOT ASi AN
(Continued from Page One.)
ms her requirements and
PEOPLE OF THE DANGER
Petroprad. April 10 (via London).
1 !.•- pn,\ isional government lias issued
a proclamation directing attention to
the grave danger of a German effort
and tie" 11 d r ,,lve Wow »« Russia
and the necessity of immediately con
centrating all of Russia's f urce s f" r
the defeat of the enemv
"The provisional government." gays
the proclamation, "feels that It has
Ü 0 ir; *° hide ,h< ' truth - The State
emiL tr r Bnd " ls to
emploj all our powers to save It The
old regime left Russia in a sadly Jls
organized condition, especially in the
Tr Ind f<K)d -«*>">•■ "rani!
port and munitions.
"TThe provisional government will
devote all l,s energies to repair U,e
Thi°n ™ ns ; <luen '' < ' 9 of the old regime
The blood of many sons of the father
land has been shed freely in til
years* of wai-^burtir " hRl ' lonR
*• '»-W of a p U owerf u , C b°, U o n rat 'Z
enemj »ho occupies whole territoru*
Tke Vital Problem
Announcement
We have today received the following Edison Dia
mond Disc Records which have been out of stock for
some time.
82527
82531
82078
82077
—Barca rolle — M Ta 1rs of Hoffman*..............
By American S\
Intermezzo- Cavalleria Kustieann ............
By American S\
"LI! Take You Home Again. Kathleen*'.....H>
"On the Banks of the Brandywine"........B\
"When Irish Kyes Arc Siniling"...........By
"Where the Hiver Shannon Flows**........By
"Mother Machree**......................... r x
"My Wild Irish Hose**.....................IK
"Beautiful Isle of Somewhere".............M t
"Kathleen Mavoureen"............By Thomas ( h
-''I Left Her on the Beach at Honolulu".... By
"By the Sad I liana Shore".................B\
Monni Ke Ala"............. Tools
"Waialae,** Walts Song......................Toot
"The Bandolero" .......................... Bn
"Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht**................
— "One Day He'll Come" (Madame Butterfly)...,
-"Love and Music** (Ln To sea).................
--"Thou Brilliant Brid" .......................
"Louise** .........
luplinm Orchestra
mpliony Orchcsln
Walter Van Brunt
W alter Van Brunt
Waller Van Brunt
Waller Nan Brunt
Walter V an Brunt
Walter Van Brunt
tropulitan (Jmirtit
aimers ami ( horn
Walter Van Brunt
Walter Van Brunt
Pak;
liai
Paha's Hawaiian?
Arthur Middleton
»> Marie RappoM
In I iiimv Destinn
> I inuiN Destinn
.Bn An
î ÙK
.IK Anna Case
Hear Them at the
Butte Phonograph Co.
126 W. Broadway
EXCLUSIVELY EDISON
The Only Exclusive Phonograph Store in Montan:
liveriynce of the country from the
enemj who invades our borders con
stitute (lie vital problem before our
warriors who are defending the 1 iberl y
of tile people in close union with our
allies.
"The government deems it to be
ils duty to declare now that free Rus
sia does not aim at the domination
of other nations, tit depriving them
of their national patrimony or at oc
cupying by force foreign territories,
hut that its object is to establish a
durable peace on rights of nations to
decide their own destiny.
No Lust for Power.
rite Russian nation does not lust
after the strengthening of Its power
abroad at tlie expense of other na
tions. Its aim ls not to subjugate or
humiliate anj' one. ln tile name of
the higher principles of equity, il lias
removed the chains which weighed
upon the Polish people, hut the Rus
sian nation »ill not aiio»' its father
land to come out of the great struggle
humiliated and weakened In Ita vital
forces. These principles will consti
tute the basis of the foreign policy of)
the provisional government which will
eurtj out unfailingly the popular en
gagements entered into with our allies.
State in Danger.
T lie provisional government of free
Russia has no right to hide the truth.
The state is In danger. Every effort
must he made to have it let the coun
try respond to tlie truth when luis
told, not by depressions and not by
discouragement, hut by unanimous
ugor with a view to creating a united
national will.
This will give us new strength for
the struggle und will procure our sal
vation. Ill this hour of rude trial, let
tile Whole country find it itself
Strength to consolidate the liberty won
and devote itself to untiring labor for
the welfare of free Russia.
"The provisional government whicli
has given its solemn oath to serve
the people is confident that with the
general and unanimous support of
each one and ail, it will itself be able
to do Its duty to its country to the
en .?' (Signed)
L\0ff, President of the Council."
KRONSTADT GARRISON
EXPECTS AN ATTACK
K~ dt ' AprU 8 (vla L »ndon,
April 10).—Kronstadt is feverishly
preparing to repel an expected Ger
man naval attack when the Gulf of
Mnlaud Is fre e 0 f ice . A correa .
P ndent of the associated press
reached the famous island fastness by
whù'h " K er the va8t lce wa »«e
?nd fotmFn: 1 " " from the """''and
and h t 6 Karrison working night
P-dio!e > d in ess:uR. CiPatl0h °' **"
The fortress is entirely controlled by
LOi
FULTON
Go-Carts—Sulkies
We Are Exclusive
Agents.
GALVANIZED
GARBAGE CANS
$3.50 to $6.00
RANGES
Fine line of brand nevv Rjnjjj
now beinjr shown. Used
- many makes to choose »
—low ft*
$15
Step Ladders
Handy for hou-rcleail'«
We have them in all IrnB th '
[-KELLEY « ALU
799-211-213 East Psrk s
PHONE 897
a council elected by the tr v
Is unanimously resolved
Russian freedom and terr . r= _;
last. The council is « qua „* , ti o«
against fighting for the an
foreign territory. One
councll said that as long ^
was unwilling to at>and° n , c
annexation there was not»*"»
but fight. ___
BENT TO WARM
under,

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